Ndavi Nokeri, a new ruling queen, was crowned in South Africa during the past weekend. The Tsonga beauty was warmly welcomed by South Africans who believe she is the ideal candidate for the Miss SA 2022 crown.
Not everyone is as impressed as she is, and some expressed their displeasure on social media. Ntsiki Mazwai, who made fun of Ndavi for imitating a "white accent" to introduce herself in a video that has now gone viral, is one person who has called the beauty queen out.
Ntsiki Mazwai, a poet and human rights activist, is one of the nation's most outspoken media figures. She never holds back and is always willing to express her divisive views on social media, more specifically Twitter.
Ntsiki took some time to discuss Ndavi Nokeri, Miss SA 2022, and said that she is trying too hard to look white.
This came after a video of the beauty queen introducing herself as the new Miss South Africa began to go viral. Ndavi's white accent, according to Mazwai, is the reason why she was chosen as the winner, who shared her opinion on Twitter.
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