January 18, 2021

Ntsiki Mazwai Not Impressed By American Media Coverage on South African News

“Did American Twitter come to a standstill when Winnie Mandela died?”

Ntsiki Mazwai doesn’t nurse the average tweep feelings and she is consistent at it. This week she dropped another bombshell following the death of the NBA superstar, Kobe Bryant.

The 39-year-old Mazwai who’s no stranger to controversy trended on Monday after she slammed the American media for not covering South African events or issuing press statements on the country’s important news.

“Which political organizations in America released press statements about the death of Senzo Meyiwa or even Winnie Mandela,” Mazwai asked on Twitter

“Did American Twitter come to a standstill when Winnie Mandela died?”

South African media, including EBNewsDaily, wrote about the saddening crash that claimed Kobe’s life. The 41-year-old Kobe died along with his 13-year-old daughter ‘GiGi’ Bryant.

Ntsiki’s tweets received mixed emotions from twitter users. Sportscaster Robert Marawa defended Kobe.

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