- South African celerity Ntsiki Mazwai recently made her preference in men known
- The controversial poet said that she does not like light skinned men
- Her post was met with mixed reactions for her followers on social media
Ntsiki Mazwai recently took to social media to talk about her preference in men. The media personality made it clear that she was not a fan of 'yellowbones' or rather light skinned men.
Her post was met with mixed reactions from social media users, many of whom were offended men.
The divisive post read:
“I don't find yellow men attractive”
Twitter user NoNonsensePule quickly responded:
“It’s okay,you’re not our type anyway”
“But the question is...are they finding u attractive?”
“Me too, also there's something feminine about that colour lol.”
“It's okay, We're out of your League Anyway”
“thousands of yellow men don't find you attractive either so what is your point?”
“Your preference, we are not bothered.”
“Are you attractive?”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Ntsiki Mazwai tried out wearing make up recently. It seems Ntsiki Mazwai is enjoying her new look and the attention she has been getting. The media personality, who has always been an advocate of going natural, has embraced make up, photo filters and artificial hair.
Although not wearing weaves just yet, Ntsiki has been sporting dark blonde braids and wearing more make up.
Taking to social media she posted some selfies, along with the caption:
“Nontsikelelo Mazwai has risen”
Social media users showered her with compliments, while some expressed concern at how the filters made her look noticeably lighter.
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that Ntsiki Mazwai is always on the receiving end of cruel insults about being dirty and not bathing.
The media personality has taken it in her stride and recently joked about it on social media.
Taking to Twitter, Ntsiki posted 2 selfies looking all pretty with some make up on and captioned it:
“Akere bathing is weave, makeup and filters. Guys you win. I bathed!!!”
Her post sparked a lot of reactions online and it was clear that many liked it as it received over 2000 acknowledgements on the social media platform.
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