Twitter was woke on Thursday after Ntsiki said that the dancer is a bigger force than Queen B.
“It’s gonna hurt you when I tell you that Zodwa is a bigger force than Bonang because when you take Woolworths away from Bonang what do you have??? No deal you can take away from Zodwa. She will continue,” Ntsiki wrote.
Lots of social media users lashed the singer. Zodwa also dropped her thoughts concerning the tweet while speaking with TshishaLIVE.
“We are women. We shouldn’t be compared to each other. It is not about Bonang or me. We don’t have to fight in the industry, it doesn’t help us grow. She is using me to fight her battles. It feels like we are just puppets to her. Why should we be compared? Why should we fight?”
“We all have our own sh*t that we are going through. Our own battles to get into the industry. We should be supporting each other as women. I know that there are people who think they are better than me in the industry and that is why I have to work 20 times harder than them to prove myself.”
However, Ntsiki stood firm on the opinion dished out on Twitter, backing it up with more explanations on Radio 2000.
“My point is why is black excellence white created? My point is that Bonang has white capital-backing from Woolworths and Revlon, which is not realistic to say to the black child that if you work hard enough you can be like Bonang. To be like Bonang you actually have to have an affiliation with the white man.
“That was the comparison, to say that if the white man don’t back you up any more, what happens to you? You become another Nonhle Thema. Therefore, if you are a Zodwa, working with your own talent and your own force, you have more of a sustainable thing going for you. There is not anyone who is going to take anything away from you,” she told Phat Joe.