- Ntsiki Mazwai took to social media to open up about the death of her friend ProKid
- The poet admitted that she took his passing very hard and still struggles with it to this day
- ProKid passed away in August 2018 after he had a seizure at his girlfriend's house
Ntsiki Mazwai has taken to social media to share that the death of her friend ProKid was the celebrity death that affected her the most.
The poet was responding to a question posted by a social media user. Mazwai has previously expressed how close she was with ProKid, real name Linda Mkhize, who passed away two years ago after he had a seizure at his girlfriend's house.
Ntsiki has previously opened up about her relationship with the late rapper. She described the close relationship she once had with him.
“Me and you had a unique and spiritual connection where without speaking we always ended up together on Thursday Nites lol! It was amazing.
“And I can’t begin to tell you how grateful I am that I forced myself into your life for the best years of your life. Bekumnandi ukuGroova nawe Linda. I was ALWAYS safe.
“I loved Linda Mkhize with ALL my heart…..sometimes I can’t believe he is gone. Like tonight I was at a spot that I KNOW he would have been at, chilling in the corner….funny i bumped into his ex Gf :heart:I miss you Pro. So much.”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Ntsiki Mazwai has once again taken to social media to bash celebrities with weaves.
The media personality took to her Twitter account and asked if celebs would be as confident if they didn’t have artificial hair.
This is not the first time Ntsiki has taken a jab at women for their hairstyle choices.
Her tweet read:
“Would your celebs be as confident without the weaves?????”
Twitter user @SIMBA58912083 said:
“Yes, look at Nandi_Madida”
“I know DJ Zinhle and Connie Ferguson are confident without weaves”
“Sis Ntsiki, its still morning. let's start after lunch ngamtshe”
“Lol will they still want to be celebs without them”
Ntsiki’s outburst comes just after she trended for using artificial hair (braids), make up and filters in a recent picture.
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