Ntsiki is presently trending on Twitter following the submit she made slamming ladies for not figuring out their ‘true magnificence’.
The star who is thought to at all times come out straight on points claimed that these ladies who put on wigs should not pleased with their pure magnificence.
Ntsiki’s tweet received many speaking together with males on Twitter.
Together with her tweet, it began the pure hair vs weaves debate and plenty of took to their TL to share their received view.
In her submit, she stated: “Why are black ladies discovering it so laborious to confess that they lack confidence in their very own hair…And wigs make them really feel prettier?”
Why are black ladies discovering it so laborious to confess that they lack confidence in their very own hair…. And wigs make them really feel prettier?
— Ntsikizayiboni (@ntsikimazwai) September 14, 2020
She went additional to disclose that girls like her have slammed her severally for not proudly owning a wig calling her “broke”
Ntsiki wrote: “Black ladies used to say I’m broke cos I don’t put on a weave…Now they’re saying pure hair is pricey. In case you get instructed that you’re ugly for lengthy sufficient, you begin to consider it”
Ntsiki by no means holds again her phrases, she proved this in a tweet which says, “If wigs improve your magnificence then white individuals dressed as clowns have to be actually engaging.
“The weave ADDICTION is not any totally different from a drug ADDICTION. Even a bride in full custom will wreck the entire look with a weave sembi kengoku mtshakazi.”
“I’m not on social media to submit pics and brag… I’m right here to stir dialogue. My twitter account has ALWAYS been about religious WORK. At all times. Twitter is my workplace the place I take advantage of phrases to stir debate and dialogue in my neighborhood.”
She additionally instructed them that “If the shoe matches…Don’t blame me.”
“Males have extra opinions on black ladies’s hair than GBV… I’ve an thought, Why don’t the boys shut up for this dialog till they’ve stopped raping and killing ladies.”
There is no such thing as a knowledge In encouraging black ladies to put on different races hair….. It’s not by selection. It’s indoctrination that taught them weaves.
— Ntsikizayiboni (@ntsikimazwai) September 15, 2020