How Ntsiki Mazwai and Dineo Ranaka got ovaries trending on Twitter

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We think it is safe to say that this year is one for many local celeb feuds, and the latest is between Dineo Ranaka and Ntsiki Mazwai, and it all began with a discussion about hair.


According to QuenchSA, the feud started after Dineo uploaded a picture of herself with a brand new weave, and Ntsiki threw some shade. This can be credited to the ladies’ different political views on hair.


A fan, who liked the picture, jokingly asked Dineo to share the weave when she is done with it. But then Ntsiki got involved and Dineo wasn’t too happy with her dismissive comment. She clapped back, telling Ntsiki to leave the hair of women who wear weaves alone and take a bath.


Of course this snowballed into some ugly back-and-forth between the poet and TV personality, which got personal.

And that is how the “ovary” dismissal was born.

While most of the tweeters who were following the twar seemed to be rooting for Dineo, there were a few who did not approve of their behaviour.

After the catty Twitter frenzy, the ladies decided to play nice and end the twar.

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