There seems to be no stopping Ntsiki Mazwai when she has something to say and some data.
And it would seem like the poet is clocking double shifts where shading Bonang is concerned.
It has barely been a month since the wordsmith’s last attack on radio and TV personality Bonang Matheba, and Ntsiki’s back picking up where she left off.
In the wee hours of Wednesday, Mazwai took to social media to recall how she remembers someone who said they were going to perform for US president, Barack Obama, but that didn’t turn out to be case.
I know someone who said they r going to perform 4 president obama but didnt mention that it was a gig wth sa gov celebrating inauguration— Daughter Of The Soil (@ntsikimazwai) October 19, 2016
Because there is a diff between p4ming for obama….and p4ming for your embassy— Daughter Of The Soil (@ntsikimazwai) October 19, 2016
Ntsiki’s shade then hit closer to home, referencing an incident earlier in the year that involved Matheba.
Someone also said they r global ambassador of revlon….these little white lies zaseMzansi tho
— Daughter Of The Soil (@ntsikimazwai) October 19, 2016
Back in March this year Bonang took to social media to announce that she would be a global ambassador for Revlon, to which Revlon responded and said they had no intention of making Bonang a global ambassador, instead she would continue being the face of Revlon South Africa.
Ntsiki said the is tired of the “little while lies” we South Africans tell.