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25 Nov 2016
3:54 pm

Tsek! Thandizwa Mazwai tells her Ntsiki-hating fan

Citizen reporter

Next time you want to say something bad about Thandiswa's sister, make sure you don't say it to her.

Thandiswa Mazwai performs at the DSTV iRock Music Festival in Port Elizabeth, 04 April 2015. The event hosted some of South Africa's biggest acts including AKA, Thandiswa Mazwai, Beatenburg and many others. Picture: Refilwe Modise

Musician Thandizwa Mazwai has just proven to us that blood is indeed thicker than water. She slammed a tweep who thought it would be wise to badmouth her sister, poet Ntsiki Mazwai.

Thandiswa was interviewed by Bonang Matheba and posted a picture of them together on Twitter on Friday, thanking Bonang for the interview.

“Thanks to my girl B @bonang_m who was a pleasant surprise. Professional, engaging and really just a sweetheart,” she wrote.

Commenting on the picture, one Twitter user called Thandiswa an angel – which was sweet of them – only that they continued to call her sister “mentally disturbed”.

“You are an angel, unlike your mentally-disturbed sister,” they said.

We are sure Thandiswa, being a musician, knows her way with words. However, this time she went with a sweet “tsek” and continued with her life.  Another follower commented on the same picture, criticising the original anti-Ntsiki commenter.

Ntsiki saw the tweets and shared them with her fans to have a good laugh.

We are assuming the user who said Ntsiki was mentally-disturbed is Bonang’s fan.

Though the poet has not used the word “hate” to describe what she feels about Bonang, it is no secret that she does not like her.

In fact, she thinks the Queen B is fake, an “airhead” and has a black heart, especially after Bonang dated AKA behind DJ Zinhle’s back in the biggest cheating scandal of celebville so far.

Ntsiki said though Bonang was not the only one to blame in the situation, she knowingly hurt another woman and that could only mean she had a black heart.

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