Nasty C opens up about A-Reece joining him on his biggest platform

Nasty C opens up about A-Reece joining him on his biggest platform

- Nasty C has set the record straight about his feud with A-Reece

- The rappers are said to be at war, but Nasty C insists that there is no tension between them

- Nasty C has asked A-Reece to join him on tour to give him a bigger platform to perform on

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There has been great excitement in Mzansi after Nasty C announced that fellow rapper, A-Reece will be joining him on his ‘Ivyson Tour’, but rumour has it that the two have been beefing.

Nasty C suspects that many people just make that assumption seeing as they are competing with each other in the rap game, but there is no bad blood and he is keen to have A-Reece joining him on tour.

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The 21-year-old rapper, who is also a record label boss, liked A-Reece’s style and wanted to help him in launching his career by introducing him to his Durban fans.

Nasty C has a loyal fan base in Durban and Briefly.co.za recently reported that during a performance in a shopping centre, the rapper brought some of the girls in the crowd to tears and he felt that A-Reece could really benefit from performing with him.

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Sunday World reports that Nasty C also asked A-Reece to join him on tour to show Mzansi that there was no beef between them other than some friendly competition from time to time.

The upcoming Ivyson Tour is one of the biggest gigs of Nasty C’s career and he is more than happy to share the spotlight with other musicians so that they can also make a name for themselves.

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While he may be young, Nasty C certainly is mature when it comes to his music and running his business.

The rapper believes the only way artists can become successful is for them to help each other on the way to top, however he feels the least someone could do for another artist is to push them in the right direction.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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