CONTROVERSIAL Ntsiki Mazwai has done it again!
The singer and poet, who often makes headlines by shaming and fighting with people, has fired shots at Sports, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa by telling him to “fetch your life”.
On Sunday Ntsiki tweeted the Springboks reminded her of apartheid.
“Guys I find our rugby team to be an apartheid trigger. I can’t celebrate the victory of white domination using a black female CEO,” she tweeted.
DA MP Tsepo Mhlongo responded by saying Ntsiki needed counselling.
Mthethwa retweeted the post and on Wednesday Ntsiki responded: “Dear Mr. Minister, all you have done is send condolence tweets in your term. Nothing for arts and culture and then you think you can comment on my mental well-being? Are you sure? Fetch your life, sir!”
Ntsiki told Daily Sun the minister had certain responsibilities.
“Tsepo was bullying me. It was inappropriate for a minister to retweet that,” she said.
She said instead of focusing on her mental health, he should be helping her and other independent artists.
“The minister has no vision on how arts and culture should flourish. We won’t remember him when his term ends. We are led by a minister who knows nothing about arts and culture.”
Mthethwa’s communication team had not responded at the time of going to print.
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