Ntsiki Mazwai Offers Support to Enhle Mbali, Blasts Black Coffee

Ntsiki Mazwai Offers Support to Enhle Mbali, Blasts Black Coffee

- Controversial media personlity Ntsiki Mazwai has offered her support to Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa

- The poet extended her shoulder after Enhle allegedly filed a protection order against Black Coffee for assaulting her

- Mzawai said she knew that the DJ had been assaulting Mbali for a long time now

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Ntsiki Mazwai has offered her support to Enhle Mbali amid claims by the actress that Black Coffee assaulted her.

The poet took to Twitter to launch into a rant about how she always knew that the DJ was abusive. She tweeted:

“People in their circles will tell you that a slap was breakfast for this girl... A very normal everyday thing.”

Mazwai then followed on with a series of tweets slamming Black Coffee and telling Mbali to stay strong.

She went on to say:

“You guys grovel to Black Coffee like he gives you pocket money kamonth-end...”

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Mzansi social media users had mixed reactions to Ntsiki’s words. Twitter user Tshiamo88 said:

“You mean the one sided story about a slap on the hand because someone was holding unto the door...You know what...Let’s ignore it actually...We can’t be in everyone’s business when they telling us half without saying what they said & did but what the other did.”

JavasSep said:

“Not to sound rude but Enhle is at peace... no need to drag her in this coz the last time she asked nicely not to resolve her issues on social media platforms. So please respect her and her decisions my sister.”

JabulileThwala1 said:

“But ke grand grand if you would put cameras in our faves' homes. Most ppl would be in jail. Women can hide their pain.”

Encryption1 said:

“Let’s wait for the truth to prevail.”
Ntsiki Mazwai offers support to Enhle Mbali, blasts Black Coffee
Ntsiki Mazwai has involved herself in the sour divorce battle between Black Coffee and Enhle Mbali. Image: @miss_ntsiki_mzawai
Source: Instagram

Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that controversial media personality Ntsiki Mazwai has slammed the women in the EFF.

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In a series of tweets, the poet said that the women grovel too much to the male leadership.

She said:

“Again..... No woman in the EFF has as much power, influence or courage as me. ZERO, they all cower to male leaders. Bonke.”

Her rant divided social media users. Some felt that she was projecting her rejection while others agreed with her views. Twitter user JosephSadung1 said:

“I'm happy no one at top six EFF gives u attention you need. So relax.”

Thembaraw said:

“Hayi Ntsiki, when you as women get at each other, you are defeating the end-game of your suffrage and emancipation.

As women you don't have to be pitted against each other. Each one of you have power, courage in your own space and structure. Empower each other guys.”

Neo008000 said:

“It’s you championing women struggles on one hand, then you denouncing them on the other hand!! Having a big mouth doesn’t mean you strong!!! You impact is 0 if you were thandiswa yeah maybe!! Sit.”

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VegaUnleashed said:


MphoIbrahim said:

“Wena wagafa now I believe it, self serving everything is all about you, masquerading as a feminist while you are not.”

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Source: Briefly News

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Sibusisiwe Lwandle (Head of Entertainment) Sibusisiwe Lwandle is the Head of Entertainment at Briefly News (joined in 2019). She holds one Bachelor of Arts (BA) and one Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree from the University of Cape Town and the University of KZN respectively. She has over 10 years of experience in journalism, having worked in print, online and broadcast media. She has worked at Independent Media and 1KZNTV and has contributed columns to the Washington Post. Passed set of trainings by Google News Initiative. Email: sibusisiwe.lwandle@briefly.co.za

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