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Ntsiki Mazwai defends Lady Zamar from trolls

Ntsiki Mazwai defends Lady Zamar from trolls

Ntsiki Mazwai defends Lady Zamar from trolls

By Entertainment Writer Time of article published Nov 18, 2020

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Outspoken poet Ntsiki Mazwai has come out guns blazing at those who have attacked musician Lady Zamar on social media.

This follows news that Lady Zamar’s rape case against fellow musician Sjava has been thrown out.

Sjava was facing a sexual assault charge after Lady Zamar opened a case of rape that allegedly happened at a hotel in Thohoyondou, Limpopo, in 2017 after a concert.

Lady Zamar opened the case of rape at the local police station last year and it was passed on to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) for a decision on whether to prosecute.

Limpopo police spokesperson Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe confirmed that the case against Sjava was declined for prosecution two weeks ago.

Following the news, both Sjava and Lady Zamar reached the top of the trends list on social media.

The hashtag “Lady Zamar Must Fall“ started trending while the Twitter timeline was left divided.

While many celebrated that Sjava was being let off the hook, others called for Lady Zamar to be charged.

Ntsiki was not having any of the cyberbullying aimed at the “Collide” hitmaker and showed her support.

Not one to shy away from speaking her mind, Ntsiki tweeted that she still believed that Lady Zamar was telling the truth regardless of the NPA’s decision to decline to prosecute the case because it believed the facts or evidence do not support a successful prosecution.

Ntsiki tweeted a number of her thoughts.

“They say you must fall because like millions of women you couldn't bring your broken soul as evidence…..I'm sorry you're going through this Zamar. Am so heartbroken”, she said in one tweet.

They say you must fall because like millions of women you couldn't bring your broken soul as evidence…..
I'm sorry you're going through this Zamar.
Am so heartbroken#ladyzamarmustfall

— Ntsikizayiboni (@ntsikimazwai) November 18, 2020

See her other tweets below:

There are not enough fake rape allegations to compete with the rape pandemic we are facing in this country.
It makes me sad that we continue to avoid rapists and allow them to continue because we have no integrity

— Ntsikizayiboni (@ntsikimazwai) November 18, 2020

Dear rapist
Well done.
You win

— Ntsikizayiboni (@ntsikimazwai) November 18, 2020

You honestly think a woman would bring so much negative attention to herself by accusing a famous person falsely??
Really?
You must be dumber than I thought

— Ntsikizayiboni (@ntsikimazwai) November 18, 2020

When you turn a blind eye to a rape allegation you are giving permission to the rapist to continue…….

— Ntsikizayiboni (@ntsikimazwai) November 18, 2020

Famous men rape BECAUSE you won't believe the victim and they know it

— Ntsikizayiboni (@ntsikimazwai) November 18, 2020

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