Ntsiki Mazwai Pokes Fun At Cassper Nyovest’s Bathroom Selfie


Still on Cassper Nyovest’s bathroom selfie that got the social media heated up this week.

While many may see the picture as one of those things, outspoken musician and activist Ntsiki Mazwai looked beyond the abs.

Ntsiki is known to be outspoken and controversial sometimes. However, she likes to reserve her Twitter rants for more important issues, while ignoring the trivial matters.

Nevertheless, she just couldn’t resist giving her views on Cassper Nyovest’s bathroom selfie when it surfaced on Wednesday.

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Naturally, just like any other person, Ntsiki’s eyes were drawn to Cassper’s lower abdomen. Being who she is, she didn’t minx words telling her fans that she had “seen his pubes now”.

Like that wasn’t enough shade, she went on to tease that Cassper who is known for his Fill Up the Dome campaign would now be filling stadiums with his pubic hair.

Working on becoming the best version of myself I can be!!! I'm only getting started!!! No where near my goal but I'm proud of myself!!! Check me out in 6 weeks!!! Getting ready for #FillUpOrlandoStadium

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After having a field day poking fun at Cassper, Ntsiki assumed a more serious mood. She pointed out the partiality in the comparison between public reaction to Cassper’s nude pics and Boity’s SAMA dress controversy.

“Notice how the men were so quick to abuse boity about a shadow…and ppl r quiet about Casppers pubes. Patriarchy is nice neh?”

Her remark pointed towards the issue of gender inequality in our society today. Men are often accepted for who they are while women are always under scrutiny. Besides, people always expect the women to live a reserved and perfect life while the men can do as they wish.

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In a recent interview, rapper Gigi lamayne lamented that female artistes are always under scrutiny for doing the same thing the male rappers do.

“Women are bashed more. We have rappers around the world who have one eye. We have rappers who look like they don’t bath and they are male and we accept it. But when a woman does that, oh my word, we have to all look like Nicki Minaj or Beyoncé,” she lamented.

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