The poet tweeted some homophobic vitriol against gay men during her rant, after stating her theories about what went down at Somizi’s Comedy Central Roast.
In her latest rant, controversial poet and musician Ntsiki Mazwai has accused gay men of having what she calls “vagina envy.”
This after she shared her theory that renowned choreographer-turned-reality star, Somizi Mhlongo, set up his Comedy Central Roast, featuring her on the panel, as a way to “kill her brand.”
“Alpha females are a problem for gay men,” tweeted Mazwai.
She then ventured to ask the public why they think this is, before berating a Twitter user who recalled Nomzamo Mbatha’s roast of Mazwai.
It wasn’t long before Mazwai’s claims were met with an avalanche of rebuttals.
“Nomzamo” went on to top the Twitter trends list as many sought to find out exactly what was wrong with the way Mbatha roasted Mazwai, given the nature of the show. Others expressed the opinion that what Mbatha did is no different from what Mazwai does on her Twitter feed on a regular basis.
She later promised to “spill the tea” and recorded her version of events regarding the roast in a video filmed while she was taking her morning walk.
IOL reports that Mazwai believes the real reason that Mbatha has an alleged hatred for her is due to the fact that Mbatha is now managed by Mazwai’s former manager, Pumza Nohashe.
“You wanted the real story behind the roast. I do have a scoop that I didn’t talk about on the roast. This stays between us. Nomzamo’s manager is my former manager and it didn’t end on a polite note. In my opinion, she’s very evil and needs psychological help,” said Mazwai.
“She was also Minnie Dlamini’s former manager, remember Minnie ran for her life. Remember when Minnie Dlamini was trying to putting on that whole African image, you can tell that my former manager was trying to create another me with Minnie. I think we are in a situation where this psychopath is playing puppet master and made Nomzamo fight her battle for her,” she added.
Nohashe has never publicly addressed Mazwai, nor has she mentioned any bad blood between them.
BY The Citizen