Johannesburg - Yes, she's outspoken. Yes, she speaks whatever comes to mind - truth or not. But here's the thing about Ntsiki Mazwai. When someone deserves praise, no matter their history, she's willing to give it.
When Gareth Cliff got fired (temporarily) from Idols South Africa, Ntsiki wasn't shy about how she felt about his comments. In fact, before he took M-Net to court, Ntsiki went on to his radio show on Cliff Central and said that she was glad he lost his job.
"I was happy (with your apology). You are getting better. It's a sickness. Racism is a sickness. White supremacy is a sickness."
Gareth, humbled by her comments, accepted what she had to say. And that's probably just part of the reason he has won her over.
Speaking about radio and on-air presenters, Ntsiki gave Gareth a lot of praise.
R u aware that Cliff Central is more interesting than all these radio stations......powerfm included. ....deep— DownloadPowerNtsiki (@ntsikimazwai) March 3, 2016
I havent connected to any power fm presenters yet....i feel like their personalities r put on. I need authenticity or maybe it is just bland— DownloadPowerNtsiki (@ntsikimazwai) March 3, 2016
I like radio stations that have personality.......not trying too hard....just free.— DownloadPowerNtsiki (@ntsikimazwai) March 3, 2016
Imagine them together on a talk show. Yoh, the ratings...
The thing about Gareth cliff is that he is also very intelligent......not trying to sound deep.....but truly being himself.— DownloadPowerNtsiki (@ntsikimazwai) March 3, 2016