- Mzansi poet and activist Ntsiki Mazwai never holds back on the Twitter timeline and this time was no different
- Ntsiki tweeted that some people had Covid-19 just for public recognition and attention
- A few social media users from Mzansi engaged her regarding the tweet, sharing their thoughts
South African poet Ntsiki Mazwai has struck again on the timeline. Ntsiki took to Twitter to share her thoughts on how some social media influencers had Covid-19 in public, just for the attention.
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected Mzansi severely, with the overall confirmed infections making it past 1 million and the country enduring a second-wave of the virus.
Ntsiki took to Twitter and said: "Some had public Covid for the attention."
A number of South Africans who have been infected with Covid-19 shared their journey with the virus through social media. Many shared their home remedies and some decided to share just to let people know that the virus is no joke.
Ntsiki seems to be skeptical of some of the people who went public with their Covid-19 diagnosis. She seems to think that some people only went public for attention.
Mzansi social media users commented on Ntsiki's thoughts about Covid-19:
@PrinceMolekga commented: "The world makes them try so hard to remain influential. I feel for them now."
@LollyMkunqwana said: "What's your spirit telling you after 30k deaths?"
@ThabangMogoboy5 commented: "Yoh, some peeps are brave."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Ntsiki's sister, Thandiswa Mazwai dragged the Mzansi government for not supporting musicians. Veteran singer Thandiswa Mazwai is not impressed with the South African government.
Mzansi has been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, lives have been lost and infections are increasing every single day.
Thandiswa took to social media to share her two cents on how she feels about the South African government. In a series of tweets, Thandiswa was not holding back and let the timeline know what was on her mind.
"Did you know that some European governments are paying South African jazz musicians a Covid grant every month? Not me but some are getting it," said Thandiswa.
Thandiswa shared that she along with her band received payment from the Mzansi government but it was only once.
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