Candice Modiselle shades Nadia Nakai's potty mouth rapping at kids' event

Candice Modiselle shades Nadia Nakai's potty mouth rapping at kids' event

Candice Modiselle threw shade at South African musician Nadia Nakai after she swore during a song at a children's event.

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Modiselle took to Twitter to share her views of Nakai's potty mouth in front of underage kids. Briefly.co.za gathered the media personality responded to a post by a tweep, who said some parents even covered their children's ears during Nakai's performance.

"Someone just brought this tweet to my attention... I was the MC of this event, a KIDS Hip Hop Festival. Look, I love Nadia but literally, not a single word was censored. Ad-libs too. Super disappointing," she captioned the post.

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Modiselle was not the only one who felt Nakai took it too far with her language during the performance.

Social media user Vimbai, who goes by the Twitter handle @lilmissvim, wrote: "Nadia should have declined the offer to perform if she wasn't prepared to sensor her music."

However, one tweep felt she did not use any words the children have not already heard.

"A kids "hiphop" show, do y'all really think them kids were hearing anything new? Do y'all really think them kids went to a hiphop show having not ever listened to uncensored music? The outrage and shock like what Nadia dzid was unheard of," @Kayphanga commented.

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