Here’s What Ntsiki Thinks Of Rapper Prokid And Sizwe Dhlomo

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Renowned for throwing massive shades at celebrities, Ntsiki’s latest victims are Sizwe Dhlomo and veteran rapper Prokid.

After serving it hot to US-based fashionista Buhle Mkhize, outspoken musician Ntsiki Mazwai shifted her attention to the two entertainers.

Who says she needs an invitation? Ntsiki just came out of nowhere and started shading the rapper’s recent decision to join music label Mabala Noise.

According to Ntsiki, if rapper Prokid was with a woman like her, he wouldn’t have signed with the label. Wouldn’t even dream of it.

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In addition, she added that if she was Sizwe Dhlomo’s woman, she would teach him some African history.



Ntsiki’s last victim in her shade spree was Buhle Mkhize who derives joy in putting her assets on display. With a body most women can only dream about, Buhle is well endowed in all the right places. Notably, she flaunts it through her steamy snaps on social media, leaving little or nothing to our imagination. She kinda bares it all and Ntsiki couldn’t take it anymore.

Thus, the musician lashed out at the fashionista when she came across some of her recent saucy snaps.

For some days now, sizzling pictures and videos of US-based fashionista Buhle on vacation in Greece have been circulating on social media. As a result, fans took to Twitter to share different views about her displays.

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Meanwhile, outspoken Ntsiki couldn’t afford to be left behind in the debate as she took to Twitter on Thursday to lambaste a story about Buhle’s nude displays. After labeling her “the gift which keeps giving” Ntsiki went on to say that women of today have “dodgy role models” who are as “thick as bricks” while using their “oversexualed bodies for attention.” Apparently, she believes that Buhle’s nudies were just a way of seeking attention, using her assets. She concluded that the woman was simply lonely.

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