After seeing that Kasi Mlungu was still trending on Wednesday night for all sorts of reasons, Ntsiki dove in and joined in on the conversation
It all started on Twitter when one DJ, who calls herself Kasi Mlungu trended after her interview on Kaya Central, from there Twitter was set ablaze by the trend and users went in on the topic.
#KasiMlungu if a white girl wants to play black ko kasi let her flourish, had enough of seeing blacks acting white without even getting paid— uMziwamadoda (@TheReal_Mzi) February 15, 2017
I don't see anything wrong about #KasiMlungu. Who judge our Black people who can't speak their home languages, they only speak English— #Vusimuzi_Ntombela (@CallMeVoto) February 15, 2017
#KasiMlungu Ok now I understand why blck chick are angry….they cant even make a traditional beer. pic.twitter.com/wVjK42uimV— thokozani zulu (@thokozanimageba) February 15, 2017
The DJ herself stated that she just rolls with the punches and that she’s proud to be a Kasi Mlungu.
I get rejected for not being "black enough" and being "too black" to be white… I'm #KasiMlungu & I'm proud. pic.twitter.com/DzEM9Cgwc1— Kasi Mlungu (@TheDuchAz) January 23, 2017
Ntsiki later jumped on the trend and asked why do people not embrace their heritage instead of hating on people who do?
Kasi mlungu STILL trending? When r u gonna embrace your own heritage so you can stop hating on people who do?— Imbongikazi yeSizwe (@ntsikimazwai) February 16, 2017
U guys r hypocrites….you embrace other cultures but noone can embrace yours gtfoh😂😂😂— Imbongikazi yeSizwe (@ntsikimazwai) February 16, 2017
Kasi Mlungu does not surprise me. if SA was normal…MOST whites would have an African swag. Its just that our whites r too 'special'— Imbongikazi yeSizwe (@ntsikimazwai) February 16, 2017