- Media personalities Ntsiki Mazwai and Nota Baloyi seem to be thick as thieves these days
- This comes after both controversial celebrities were slapped with gag orders for their comments about two different people
- Nota, for the most part, has been disregarding his court order and this has Ntsiki feeling inspired
Ntsiki Mazwai and Nota Baloyi have become good friends over the last few weeks. The pair have now bonded over having gag orders put out against them by DJ Euphonik and Black Coffee.
Nota, however, has been talking about the gag order and why he was slapped with it. He is currently on a media campaign to tell his story and this has left Ntsiki Mazwai inspired.
Briefly News gathered that DJ Euphonik got a court order to stop Ntsiki from dragging his name. She has not openly said it but has hinted about the gag order several times on her timeline.
It seems she now wants to talk as she tweeted:
“Yazi... I'm learning a lot from Nota about how to stand up to a bully who is using his money and power with gag orders. I'm watching and slowly getting empowered to take my voice back.”
Briefly News previously reported that Ntsiki Mazwai has always alluded to knowing all the shady details about the South African entertainment industry. The media personality has even threatened to expose a few famous faces for their illegal activities.
It seems her threats have some substance as the poet will be putting them on paper in the form of a book very soon.
“I'm going to make ALL this money back when I publish the book of what happened behind the scenes. People are waiting to hear my side of the story.”
The poet has been hinting that she’s been hit with a gag order by “powerful men” and that she was not going to adhere to it. She did not mention who slapped her with the court order.
However, Briefly News previously reported that Euphonik has been seeing the shade Ntsiki Mazwai directed his way in recent days. The media personality has gone as far as calling the DJ an abuser and rapist, something Euphonik is sick of.
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