Ntsiki Mazwai Divides Africa After Concluding That South African Men Have The Smallest Manhoods

Poet cum Musician Ntsiki Mazwai has an arsenal of shots to fire whenever she feels like. The controversial poet almost always rattles a few feathers each time she posts on social media. 

This time, Ntsiki Mazwai stepped on the toes of all South African men. The whole male gene pool of over 16 million South African males between the ages of 16 and 64 was included in the latest Ntsiki Mazwai jibe. And the male specie was not impressed. See, also (sister) Mazwai took to Twitter to proclaim that South African men have small penises.


The tweet, without doubt, brought outrage from Mzansi men who felt disrespected as no man would like to have his tool ridiculed. Some women also came in to defend their men and told Ntsiki off.
Ntsiki Mazwai Divides Africa After Concluding That South African Men Have The Smallest Manhoods
The tweet was quick to make its way onto the South African trends list. Despite this, Ntsiki still insisted South African men have small penises.

“or is it just that ama brake pedals who aphelile? Some of us love our SA men. The foreign one that you getting is paying your rent month-end and the Mase?” Was one of the retweets among others which bordered on plain body shaming which iHarare is strongly against.

Non-South African men who saw the post could not help but make fun of their South African brothers for their lack of “sausage coverage”. In their defence, the South Africa men challenged Ntsiki Mazwai to ” taste” them all before making such conclusions. They wanted to know which method was used to gather samples.

Ntsiki Mazwai is no stranger to controversy and has more than ones found her self out of favour with a lot of people. When the COVID-19 lockdown was announced in South Africa, she was caught on record blasting President Cyril Ramaphosa and blaming white people for bringing the deadly disease to Africa.


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