Ntsiki Mazwai Wonders Why SA Keeps Booking ‘Nyaope Boy’ Chris Brown


“Chris Brown is a nyaope boy.” Those were the most appropriate words outspoken musician Ntsiki Mazwai could find in her dictionary for the troubled US pop star Chris Brown.

Never one to hold back her feelings about anything, Ntsiki, blatantly accused the rapper of being “def on drugs.”

She took to Twitter as news of a stand-off between Chris Brown and police streamed in. Thus, sharing her thoughts about the pop star, she simply described him as a “hot mess.”

See: Chris Brown Arrested For Assaulting Woman With Gun

However, Ntsiki’s rant didn’t end there as she tweeted more tagging Chris as; “def on drugs” and a “nyaope boy.” She also wondered why on earth South Africans want the rapper to come to the country.

Following allegations that he threatened a lady with a gun, pop star Chris Brown and the Los Angeles Police Department spent most part of Tuesday engaged in a dramatic stand-off at the rapper’s home.

Consequently, the stand-off led to his arrest for assault with a deadly weapon. Earlier, beauty queen Baylee Curran alleged that Brown had pointed a gun at her face for admiring his friend’s jewelry. According to the woman, Chris Brown pulled the gun on her but she managed to escape.

However, the 27-year-old rapper denied the allegations in his posts on Instagram prior to his arrest. According to him, he had woken up to find police outside his home in the Tarzana neighborhood in Los Angeles.

Nevertheless, the rapper was later arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. But not before the police got a warrant as insisted by Chris. His attorney was there as the pop star was taken into custody to be booked on the assault charge, for which he subsequently apply for bail.

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Chris was reportedly released on $250 000 bail and is expected to appear in court on September 20. The rapper is expected to live through this as he’s no stranger to such charges.

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