- Nasty C spoke on the time he met US rapper 50 Cent during a recent interview
- Speaking to Bryson 'Boom' Paul on 50 Cent’s talk show, This Is 50, Nasty C told the story of when he met 50 Cent back in 2018
- Nasty C said he and 50 Cent spoke for hours and that he was a really funny guy
Nasty C met the legendary US rapper 50 Cent a while back. In an interview, Nasty C shared his experience with fans, saying what an absolute honour it was
Speaking to Bryson 'Boom' Paul on 50 Cent’s talk show, This Is 50, Nasty C explained how he had met 50 Cent back in 2018 and how he got given a copy of his book, 50th Law.
Nasty C said that 50 Cent did not give him any advice regarding his career, even though he spoke for over an hour. Nasty C just listened to a bunch of 50 Cent’s stories and found him rather amusing.
“I won’t lie he didn’t give me no advice really like personally, he was just telling a bunch of stories that man is funny as hell bro, like we just talking for like a whole hour.”
In news of a different angle on Nasty C, Briefly News previously reported that he revealed some of the reasons why he hid his girlfriend from the public when he was on the come-up.
The rapper kept his relationship a secret back in the days when Mzansi had just been introduced to his music. At the time he was blowing up all over the country and his songs were on high rotation on radio and TV stations.
It was also reported that Nasty C had jaws dropping when he busted an exclusive freestyle on an American radio station. Ishuuuuu, this man still has it.
Sitting for an interview with American radio station Hoodrich Radio, Nasty C surprised everyone when he dropped a flaming freestyle.
Nasty C is a lyrical genius. One line Nasty C busted that is a reflection of exactly who he is, is when he said “You get what you give.” He made it clear that not even Covid-19 will stop him from securing the green. Yesssss, tell them!
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Source: Briefly News