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Ntsiki Mazwai slams SA men. Image via Twitter: @ntsikimazwai

‘SA men are losers’: Ntsiki Mazwai weighs in on SK Khoza debacle

‘The dad is a deadbeat who is heavily on drugs and you wanna blame the mom,’ Ntsiki wrote while slamming SK Khoza and other SA men.

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Ntsiki Mazwai slams SA men. Image via Twitter: @ntsikimazwai

Over the last few days, actor SK Khoza has made headlines all over South Africa. The former The Wife star went on an angry rampage while at a Limpopo resort and then claimed he was subjected to racial slurs by staff. Since then, many locals have been weighing in on the situation and human rights activist Ntsiki Mazwai is one of them.

Ntsiki Mazwai slams SA men following the SK Khoza drama

Human rights activist and poet Ntsiki Mazwai is known for her controversial opinions on all things South African. The young activist has once again shared her opinion on a trending topic in the country and as usual, she managed to offend a lot of people.

Commenting on SK Khoza’s recent lodge drama and the comments that his baby momma Gogo Maweni has bewitched him, Mazwai slammed social media users.

“Gogo Maweni out here exposing black people self-hate…Because yes, it is their spirituality that is evil and has the ability to make people go crazy…It’s not the drugs, it’s African spirituality.”

She then suggested that SK’s drug usage has put him in the position he is in:

“The dad is a deadbeat who is heavily on drugs and you wanna blame the mom??? What am I missing here??”

She then went on to add that she doesn’t have children of her own because she is not quite ready to be a single mother.

“The only reason I don’t have a child is that I was avoiding the single mom journey. SA men are losers who run away from their kids. Andizi.”

Mzansi weighs in

@senzo_eu said:

“Ntsiki a child is a blessing and you are not blessed …yet, It really got nothing to do with MEN.”

@sfisomononi said:

“Saying SA men are losers does not help the situation. Why not rather ask questions and say how can be done to reduce the number of single-mother households because Black mothers are the most single parents in SA. Ndoda yini iproblem? Let’s talk.”

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