Ntsiki Mazwai wants women who deny dads access to their kids charged

Ntsiki Mazwai wants women who deny dads access to their kids charged

- Ntsiki Mazwai wants women who deny fathers access to their kids criminally charged

- Ntsiki Mazwai expressed that such women should be reported to authorities so they could be booked

- Social media users shared mixed opinions to Ntsiki's post but most disagreed with her

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Ntsiki Mazwai has shared her thoughts on women who deny some fathers access to their children. The controversial media personality took to Twitter on Friday, 8 January to share that she wants those mothers criminally charged.

The poet shared that fathers who are denied access to their kids should be able to report the mothers to authorities. Her tweet has sparked a huge debate on the micro-blogging app. The musician wrote:

"There should be a criminal charge for women who deny fathers access to their kids... Father's should be able to report them."
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Social media users have shared mixed reactions to Ntsiki's post. Some agreed with her while the majority of her followers totally disagreed with the Uwrongo hitmaker. Check out some of their comments below:

@HKwatsha said:

"If I were a mother I wouldn't be comfortable giving my child to a father for a weekend away. How can A father who doesn't support the child be able to feed the child in one weekend? Some fathers don't deserve access at all."

@NamudiMakola wrote:

"Mostly it's on and off fathers that cry about being denied access to their kids. I've seen my child being stood up so many times and I saw how painful that was to him. You can't be popping in and out of a child's life at your convenience, breaking a child's heart and think I'll just be okay."

@Gab04014440 commented:

"Yes you indulge them, for you cannot afford to restrict the child to have a relationship with their fathers, we all make mistakes, no one is infallible..."
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@Thembimatipira1 added:

"If he is not supporting the child he doesn't deserve to see the child. Also if he has a crazy wife who has tried to kill herself twice hell no, he is not going to have my child by his house, he can go to the highest court!"
Ntsiki Mazwai wants women who deny dads access to their kids charged

Ntsiki Mazwai wants women who deny dads access to their kids charged. Image: @miss_ntsiki_mazwai
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In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that social media users shared mixed reactions after Kefilwe Mabote took to Instagram recently to post her mother's funeral. The social media influencer shared snaps and videos of her mom Matlhodi Dorothy Mabote's funeral service on Wednesday, 6 January.

The stunner has shared a few days ago that her mother passed away on 30 December, 2020. She took to the photo and video sharing app to let her fans in on the "farewell fit for a queen". Kefilwe further said:

"This week has been the hardest week I have ever had to live through, but my Mother’s comforting love and words have carried me through."
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A Twitter user @Ntebo_Mo took to Twitter to ask tweeps their views about Kefilwe's decision to post her mom's funeral on social media. @Ntebo_Mo wrote:

"It's me again ....the devils advocate. Regarding Khifiboo's content, is it really that weird gore she's posting her funeral drip along with those who supported her (I mean she post everything) or y'all are choosing to be mad coz you personally find it wrong?"

Tweeps took to her comment section to share mixed reactions to her post.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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