“Selling Weaves Is No Different To Selling Drugs”- Ntsiki Comes After DJ Zinhle

On Tuesday, the 1st of June, the award-winning DJ announced that she has officially launched her own range of lace wigs, and the first 15 12A Peruvian lace wigs are already ready to order. They can be ordered on her website.

“BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!! I’m so excited to let you all know that HAIR MAJESTY BY DJ ZINHLE is finally here. Go to hairmajesty.co.za to shop from my first release of 15 premium Peruvian lace wigs and #WearTheCrownYouDeserve,” she announced.

But it looks like when every celebrity is living the moment, Ntsiki Mazwai sneaks in the spoils the show with her unpleasant comments.

She always create some bad vibe anytime one of these celebs launches their new business and finds faults in everything. This is according to many tweeps who have since made her trend.

In a thread, Ntsiki revealed that she is highly unimpressed by DJ Zinhle’s choices to sell weaves and alcohol, saying it is detrimental to the youth and Africans as a whole.

“Imagine…Your celebs glamorize and sell booze and foreign hair to you. Sies man,” she tweeted, throwing shade at Zinhle and all other celebs who are part of the alcohol business. 

As a naturalist Ntsiki has this sour taste for weaves and make-ups and always fond of bushing the young ladies out there who wear these things to feel confident in themselves.

She says such women have a foreign standard of beauty. “Only black women have a foreign standard of beauty…. It’s embarrassing,” she tweeted.

She calls it self-hate, “I can’t believe you have normalized wearing white peoples hair instead of learning to love your own.”

Check out some of her other posts:

“When whites told you, you look like monkeys you believed them…. That’s why you’re doing your best to look more like them and less like monkeys akere?

“You know what I find fascinating, your role models African Americans are waking up to their real hair….. When they look across to Africa for inspiration they gonna find you  ladies in bad weaves.

“You know what I find fascinating, your role models African Americans are waking up to their real hair….. When they look across to Africa for inspiration they gonna find you ladies in bad weaves.

“It’s so deep…Weaves wouldn’t have a marker if black women loved and respected their own hair.”

Source: Newzandar News

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