- Ntsiki Mazwai was being spicy again on the timeline and Boity Thulo clapped back quickly
- The poet dragged Mzansi celebrities for having alcohol brands but not having university degrees
- Fans took to the comments section to disapprove of Ntsiki's snide comment about celebrities
Media personality Boity Thulo has had enough of Ntsiki Mazwai's subs on social media. The Ba Kae rapper recently launched her alcoholic drink and she's not appreciative of the shade that Ntsiki threw at her recently.
Ntsiki took to Twitter to talk about the celebrities in Mzansi who have their own alcohol brands but some of them don't even have university degrees. She said:
"All your celebs have booze but no educational degree."
Boity responded to the tweet and didn't slide, she quoted the tweet and replied "Cheers" with a picture of her sparkling fruit drink that launched a few days ago.
Social media users in Mzansi responded to both Boity and Ntsiki's tweets online. Check out the reactions to the celebrity clap backs below:
"Ntsiki how is someone sitting at home with their degree more important than Prince Kaybee or Cassper in our economy?"
"That booze is creating jobs for the unemployed gang. Ntsiki, for once in your life clap for other people instead of dragging."
"We fight to get qualifications so we can make money. If you can make money without any qualification it's like taking a flight over driving to your destination."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that fans reacted to the launch of Boity Thulo's new alcoholic drink. Media personality Boity Thulo has finally launched her alcoholic drink brand and fans reacted to the news on social media.
Boity posted that the time had finally arrived for her drink to start selling at a local retailer and she was super excited. She captioned her post:
"WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE! I am so honoured to introduce to y’all my new baby! Introducing our new favourite drink. It is about to bring the peach fun to every occasion. And it’s brought to you by yours truly."
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