Ntsiki Mazwai Attacks Makhadzi

"None of these parties are worth you prostituting yourself for their campaigns"

By  | Oct 29, 2021, 04:07 PM  | Ntsiki Mazwai  | Top of the

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Controversial poet Ntsiki Mazwai has taken to her Facebook account to pen a lengthy open letter to Makhadzi. A concerned Ntsiki feels Makhadzi does not have to affiliate herself with SA political parties. This follows after Makhadzi posted a picture of herself wearing a n ANC regalia and she ruffled major feathers.

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Twitter users slammed her for supporting the ANC but Ntsiki has written to her to share a word or two with her as a sister. Ntsiki who is known for never mincing her words started off by praising Makhadzi for taking the South African music industry by storm with her electric dance moves and a magical voice to match.

" l want to tell you what a brilliant talent you are. How we have watched your energy sweep over this nation without provocation. How you have set the country alight during probably the most difficult time of our Era. Your fresh and youthful energy has literally drugged the masses of this country. Sisi, you hold a lot of power right now," she said.

She went on to slam her for associating herself with the ANC, saying she has worked hard to align her brand with a party like the ANC.

" You are too powerful to cheapen your brand by aligning it with the Phoenix massacre and the burning of food looted by the poor. You are too powerful to involve yourself in the power plays of old men hanging onto expired power.
Unlike Brenda Fassie, who wore the ANC colors at the dawn of democracy... We had never had a black president before. So when Brenda Fassie put on those colors they represented something powerful. The only thing ANC represents right now is poverty, corruption and elitism. Are you sure you want to pick sides so early in your career? ANC used to be a liberation movement, but what has it become today?

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