'Your sister is a very vile person,' says Simphiwe Dana to Thandiswa Mazwai
Almost a week since the Roast of Somizi turned into the Roast of Ntsiki Mazwai aired, the feels are still flying all over the place splitting celebville and Twitter in half. And, Simphiwe Dana is tired of Ntsiki being "painted" as a victim.
The spicy roast has been one of the most talked about shows, even though most people focused on the roast of Ntsiki, instead of Somizi who was supposed to be the main star.
Anywho, while many have come out in support of Ntsiki because of the massive attack of a roast she received, others have said that "she had it coming". In fact, that is what Simphiwe alluded to when Ntsiki's sister, Thandiswa Mazwai, came out to say "nonke" to all Ntsiki's haters.
Tweeps asked Simphiwe to try and understand where Thandiswa was coming from as a sister.
However, Simphiwe was hearing none of it and went to explain that it was a sister's duty to reel their siblings "back in line" when they lost their way.
I’m the firstborn at home. I’m the first person to reign my siblings in when they’re being problematic. Whether publicly or privately. I will leave it there— Firebrand (@simphiwedana) May 15, 2018
Even though Simphiwe didn't mention any names in the tweets that followed, she went on to talk about how she didn't think she would be "triggered" by the incident.
"Imagine a person who has persecuted you for years directly and indirectly and continues to, saying feels for you."
I didn’t know I’d be so triggered by this whole thing. I’m very triggered— Firebrand (@simphiwedana) May 15, 2018