Bonnie Mbuli thinks Nomzamo Mbatha's roast of Ntsiki was too 'low'
It's been over a week since the Roast of Somizi (which turned out to be the roast of Ntsiki Mazwai) and Twitter is still in disbelief over some of the things said.
Bonnie Mbuli was not impressed at the jokes Nomzamo Mbatha made when roasting Ntsiki on the Comedy Central show.
A tweep shared a video clip from the show, showing Nomzamo going IN for Ntsiki and fam, it really was rough.
Bonnie did not see the light side of anything Nomzamo said.
The tweep defended Nomzamo saying that the atmosphere allowed her to say the things she did. It was a roast after all, she wasn't supposed to hold back.
But, Bonnie came back for him saying there was a level of mean that Nomzamo went above with her "degrading jokes".
Twitter has been split into two camps since the roast was aired and that clearly has not changed.
Some feel Ntsiki should not play victim because she decided to honour the invite to participate.
1. So you drag & roast people for a living on Twitter.— Spitch Nzawumbi (@SpitchNzawumbi) May 12, 2018
2. Get an invitation to attend a roast on TV.
3. Honor the invitation because you like things.
4. Get roasted.
5. Come back on social media and be a victim because public sympathy is a thing.
King Tha came in on Tuesday morning and basically went "nonke" on every hater of her sister. She deleted the tweet soon after, but the message was loud and clear.
The king has spoken. She said we must move on.