DJ Zinhle: All your celebs have booze but no educational degree

DJ Zinhle: All your celebs have booze but no educational degree

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DJ Zinhle has added yet one more business venture into her long list of income streams. The girl stays winning, and has taught us that so as to form extra money , one must spend it. Hence the introduction of her very own quality hair range called Hair Majesty by DJ Zinhle.

Read more: DJ Zinhle under fire

On Tuesday, 1 June, DJ Zinhle announced this epic business move and shared that she has released 15 Peruvian weaves. This has been applauded by many of her industry colleagues and fans who love that she moves in complete silence and lets her work do the talking for her.

However, in every celebrities’ shine, Ntsiki Mazwai sneaks in sort of a thief in the dark and bursts their bubble. She always pokes holes during a lot of celeb’s businesses and finds faults in everything. this is often consistent with many tweeps who have since made her trend.

In a series of tweets, Ntsiki revealed that she is very unimpressed by DJ Zinhle’s choices to sell weaves and alcohol saying it’s detrimental to the youth and Africans as an entire .

“Imagine…Your celebs glamorize and sell booze and foreign hair to you. Sies man,” she tweeted, throwing shade at Zinhle and every one other celebs who are a part of the alcohol business.

She has always been anti-weaves and make-up, bashing black women who wear such to reinforce their beauty. She says such women have a far off standard of beauty. “Only black women have a far off standard of beauty…. It’s embarrassing,” she tweeted.

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She calls it self-hate, “I can’t believe you’ve got normalized wearing white peoples hair rather than learning to like your own.”

Here are a number of her other tweets:

“When whites told you, you appear as if monkeys you believed them…. That’s why you’re doing all of your best to seem more like them and fewer like monkeys akere?

“You know what I find fascinating, your role models African Americans are awakening to their real hair….. once they look out on to Africa for inspiration they gonna find you ladies in bad weaves.

“You know what I find fascinating, your role models African Americans are awakening to their real hair….. once they look out on to Africa for inspiration they gonna find you ladies in bad weaves.

“It’s so deep…Weaves wouldn’t have a marker if black women loved and revered their own hair.”