Last updated on Jan 27th, 2021 at 05:13 pm
Ntsiki Mazwai caused a stir on Twitter on Monday when she tried to take a jab at Lasizwe
The YouTube sensation was minding his own “trending” business in the Twitterverse when Ntsiki decided to be her usual spicy self.
Lasizwe was trending on Twitter and it seems Ntsiki was not happy to see his name on the trending list.
“I went to see why Lasizwe is trending and was reminded that kana its school holidays neh,” she wrote.
Lasizwe did not take the shade lying down. He clapped back with a spicy reply of his own
“Yes TRENDING. Remember that word your career used to do years ago,” he wrote.
Ntsiki responded by blocking the reality star.
I was minding my own TRENDING business and I got provoked. pic.twitter.com/YeKA4EFy95
— A Baby Boy (@lasizwe) September 30, 2019
Lasizwe’s fans praised him for standing up to Ntsiki, who seems to have made a name for herself as Mzansi’s official “celebrity shade thrower”.
“Sies man a big women to be tweeting nonsense just shows who is the child here. Some people grow old but don’t grow up @lasizwe u might be younger but more mature n wiser,” one tweep wrote.
Another added: “Look at @ntsikimazwai trying to remain relevant. Bury her @lasizwe!!!”
— Jocelyn_Flores 🖤 (@TheRealNixx) September 30, 2019
One Twitter user said it was no surprise that Ntsiki blocked Lasizwe after his reply.
“She couldn’t swallow the truth pill,” the user wrote.
While Ntsiki is a singer and poet by profession, she rarely makes news for her art
Instead, she makes headlines for criticising stars – like Pearl Thusi, Beyoncé, Bonang Matheba, DJ Zinhle and many more – on Twitter with her supposed truth bombs.
Ntsiki revealed last week that she has “new music loading”, but all people can talk about is her messy posts.
Meanwhile, Lasizwe is booked and busy. He recently revealed that he will be joining the cast of Who’s My Daddy, a film directed by comedians David Kau and Sans Moonsamy.
#MTVLasizwe was trending on Twitter on Monday after it was revealed that Lasizwe’s reality show, Lasizwe: Fake It till You Make It, is MTV Africa’s number-one show.
— A Baby Boy (@lasizwe) September 25, 2019