Kaunda Selisho

By Kaunda Selisho


Ntsiki Mazwai calls Helen Zille a ‘racist open wound’, ‘deranged b****’

The controversial musician has a new 'enemy' in her sights.

Brand new Moja Love presenter Ntsiki Mazwai did not mince her words earlier when she weighed in on an article about the outgoing Western Cape Premier Helen Zille.

Zille made headlines for her comments on the recent plea made by singer Danny K for white South Africans to use their privilege in the fight against the existence of racism.

“I’m totally bewildered with the lack of empathy shown by many white South Africans. You don’t need to be woke to get that for the most part we have benefited from the marginalisation and exclusion of people of colour. Own your priveldge, appreciate it and pay it forward” tweeted an impassioned Danny, to which Zille responded: “You need some spelling lessons.”

Mazwai caught wind of Zille’s utterances and immediately tore into her.

She then went on to state that she wished Zille would return “to the country where she comes from”.

She ended her tirade off with a cryptic tweet, alluding to the controversial, often incendiary, saying: “One settler, one bullet.”

Zille is yet to respond.

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