Just recently, Nasty C popped into Metro FM, where he delivered a freestyle and addressed several issues, including his beef with compatriot A-Reec and Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie.
Of course, the songster could have addressed the beef in a different way, but he elected to do so through a song. Why did he opt for a song, then? He addressed that and more during a video interview, which you can check out at the end of this post.
Nasty C recalled his first encounter with the Ghanaian and how Sarkodie refused to shake his hands. He felt bad about it all and nursed a grudge against him for a long time.in retrospect, he acknowledged he didn’t handle things well back then because he allowed his emotions to cloud reason.
But a lot has changed since then and he has matured and gotten a better understanding of life and has his emotions in check.
On his beef with A-Reece, he noted that he tried to patch things up but his compatriot wasn’t amenable to it. So he moved on. Nasty C, who is often called the Zulu Man With Some Power, in reference to his EP of the same title, stands out as one of South Africa’s memorable voices.