- Nasty C recently opened up about his plans to be a millionaire by 30
- He apparently loves to read and says that this is his key to sucess
- Nasty wants to promote reading and make it cool
At the age of 21, Nasty C has already got fans that he has inspired to the extent that they are now looking up to him.
Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, better known as Nasty C, spoke with Slikour Onlife and clarified that reading material is the reason for the change in his life, reported Times Live.
He also discussed the reason for his maturity level and his new found reason with regards to his music and his generally life style with Slikour Onlife.
Briefly.co.za learnt that he said that often he was seen as an ‘old soul’ and he puts it down to being quiet and not as energetic as other kids. He understands why people would think that way.
Nasty C has taken from all that he has read and put it into the way he handles relationships, hatred and day-to-day problems he faces. This has allowed him to be more responsible and mature about a lot of things in his life.
Recently dropping Strings and Bling, Nasty C has decided on greater plans for things to come. He also has his heart set on assisting the youth to look to him in a positive way. He is prepared to go as far as to pay for things and make donations.
He wants to share his passion for reading with children making it known that it is cool to read. He wants the children to know just how much power one can achieve from picking up a book and reading.
Nasty C’s preference of reading is self-help books. He is presently reading books like The 50th power of Law, To think And Grow Rich and Five Second Rule.
He also said that people think he is special or magical but he says he’s not and that we are all the same.
This young man has stated that by the age of 30 he will be a billionaire!
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