- Ntsiki Mazwai has once again sparked debate on social media
- This time the media personality was talking about the conspiracy that hospitals kill Covid-19 patients
- Mzansi social media users shared their own experiences
Ntsiki Mazwai has always been vocal about how she feels about current issues. The poet has also been vocal about her suspicion about how the world is handling the Covid-19 pandemic.
Taking to Twitter, Ntsiki voiced her concerns about hospitals and clinics. There’s a disturbing belief that is going around which suggests that hospitals may be purposefully killing those who have the Coronavirus.
“Avoid clinics and hospitals...”
Her post went viral on the social media platform as Mzansi shared their own thoughts on the matter. Twitter user LedieeMafini said:
“That's is very mean to say to you guys. At times I feel like people die in hospitals because they wait until very sick to go there and or they just don't accept they have Corona. But I would love to know the statistics between public and private hospitals rates.”
“Someone said Covid only kills those in hospitals.
The homeless don't normally wear masks or even sanitize but they never contract Corona, kapa you know of someone??”
“My Mother is 70 years old living with high blood pressure & Diabetes and she survived Covid19. We refused for her to go to hospital but opted to keep her at Home isolated”
“If my mother didn’t insist on going to the hospital at the time she did. She would have died at home. Pls don’t say such things.”
“My aunt was admitted at 2am on Monday, put on ventilator and 06h50 she passed on”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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.”
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