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Ntsiki Mazwai reacts to Kuli Roberts getting into politics, calls her a bully

Dubious artist Ntsiki Mazwai has reacted to TV moderator Kuli Roberts going into legislative issues.


Ntsiki, who is known for continually saying what is actually at the forefront of her thoughts and how she feels about somebody, was responding to the news that Kuli has joined the African Transformation Movement ideological group.


Mzwanele Manyi, who is previous president Jacob Zuma's representative, down and out the news on Twitter.


"The unrivaled @kuliroberts has joined the triumphant group. Worker Kuli has joined to serve individuals of South Africa.


"Worker Kuli is ATM councilor possibility for Ward 65 in Tshwane. We hope everything works out for her," he tweeted.


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While some web-based media clients saluted Kuli on her new undertaking, the star expressed that getting into legislative issues was the same old thing.


"Well I've been busy for quite a long time. We need to improve and there are a large number of us. Rather than consuming the Schools, we should broaden them.


"I'm tied in with living in a protected region where they realize how to introduce water meters and don't assess power utilization or guarantee to have undercharged," tweeted Kuli.


Not one to botch a chance to communicate her perspectives, Ntsiki said that she was not here for busybodies becoming pioneers.


"Recollect when I was as yet youthful and Sunday World used to drag me each week..... Consistently I was content as intlekisa..... That was boKuli Roberts......So erm.... Miss me on busybodies turning pioneers," she said.


She additionally proceeded to consider Kuli a domineering jerk.


In July, Ntskik focused on EFF pioneer Julius Malema.


Ntsiki, who has shared her considerations on the EFF previously, said that Malema, who drives the party, ought not be known as a pioneer.


This, after she said that she accepted that during the Covid lockdown, what began in March 2020, Malema has shown he doesn't merit the title of pioneer and that, while he had a major bark, he misses the mark on following up on his guarantees.


"Lockdown showed us Malema isn't a pioneer, just somebody who talks uproariously," she tweeted.

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