Ntsiki Mazwai shuts down troll who questioned what her job is

Ntsiki Mazwai shuts down troll who questioned what her job is

- Mzansi celebrity Ntsiki Mazwai was left unimpressed when a lady asked what she does for a living recently

- The media personality initially responded by saying that she was unemployed

- Mazwai later shared with the tweep what she does with her time

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Ntsiki Mazwai is used to getting criticism and she has never been one to let it slide.

Recently, a woman rubbed her up the wrong way when she asked the poet what it is she does for a living.

Although it may have come across rude to Ntsiki, it is a question that many of her followers have asked her before. Initially choosing the petty road, Ntsiki responded:


Another tweep came to the rescue by saying:

“Bead work: Excellent! Poetry: Not bad. Singing: (saw one live performance, that was enough). Sparking Controversy: Superb! Overall she's an interesting figure in my opinion.”

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Spurred on by that response, Mazwai added:

“Besides what this guy has listed I'm also very well educated, have my own music label which owns all my masters, I'm a writer and just an all round talent. Not to mention a philanthropist.”

At least now we know.

Ntsiki Mazwai shuts down troll who questions what her job is
A tweep recently asked Ntsiki what she does for a living. Image: @miss_ntsiki_mzawai
Source: Twitter

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Ntsiki Mazwai has appealed to Mzansi for help after revealing that she was entangled in a messy and abusive situation.

The poet recently moved to a farm in Mpumalanga and was living there with a friend.

According to her, the friend of seven years became toxic and was abusing substances. Mazwai left the farm to avoid the unfortunate situation but left her furniture behind.

The controversial media personality shared that she currently could not afford to hire a moving company to take the furniture. Taking to Twitter, Ntsiki asked her followers for assistance.

She said:

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"The person I was staying with would drink and smoke all day and when she ran out she would become verbally abusive... So I left with only the clothes on my back and now my stuff is still stuck on the farm. It was an expense I didn't plan for. I just need to get my stuff back."

She went on to say:

"I am looking for reliable and professional movers who will let me pay in about a month... For an IMMEDIATE move from Mpumalanga to Soweto. EMERGENCY."

Social media users shared their thoughts about her predicament with many empathising with her.

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Source: Briefly News

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