Ntsiki Mazwai writes open letter to black people
It's a new year and Ntsiki Mazwai has a new enemy - black people.
The controversial Mazwai sister has penned an open letter to black people on her blog, which is titled "Dear black people." The note starts off by addressing the fact that blacks wear white people's hair, bleach their skins and wear suits. Uhm... wearing suits is also a problem?
Anyway, Ntsiki continues: "... take your kids to white schools; you don’t know your languages, customs and traditions; you swopped iizangoma (traditional healers) for Christianity; u prefer white neighbourhoods and look down on places where there are many blacks; you laugh at blacks who don’t know English and call them backwards; u even replaced your pan African anthem with one they killed you with; you don’t know your own history but know Europe’s history; You hail EVERYTHING which is not African and then you have the nerve to say ‘it does not make me unAfrican?????"
The long letter goes on to ask what makes blacks African now that they have denounced everything African? "How can you be African when you are just a European clone and western ambassador?" the clever Mazwai sister asks.
She goes on and on and... and on! To cut a long story short, Ntsiki just wants to know who black people are.
Yep, she definitely has a lot of time on her hands! We wonder who her next victim will be...