- Nasty C and Sammie have been dating since high school, but they kept their relationship private
- The rapper didn’t want to expose her to the spotlight until she was done in school, just in case it distracted her or put too much pressure on her
- While he did rap about her, Nasty C is thrilled that he can now be more open about their relationship
Nasty C and his girlfriend, Sammie have been together since high school, but they have been keeping their relationship out of the spotlight even though the rapper has referred to her in a number of his tracks.
The rapper was very protective of Sammie and wanted to keep her out of the limelight while she was still in school, but now that she has matriculated, he is excited to show her more of his world.
The rapper also was scared that thrusting her into the spotlight might distract her from school plus he was still so new to everything, he wanted to have time to get used to it too.
But now her social media following has taken off and she has become somewhat of a celebrity now, with fans even running up to her take selfies, which she is more than happy to do.
Nasty C has been rapping about his bae ever since he began his career in music and during the time he released ‘Bad Hair’, he revealed that he had cheated on Sammie, but she stuck with him as they worked together to overcome it.
Briefly.co.za learned that in his latest album, ‘Strings and Bling’ Nasty C also goes on to talk about their relationship on a more emotional level.
Just like any other couple, they do have fights, which Nasty C raps about in the track ‘SMA’ or ‘Send Me Away’, but they always find a way to figure things out.
TimesLIVE reports that initially, Sammie was a bit apprehensive about Nasty C using their relationship in his music but now it appears that she is getting used to it.
Sammie had no idea that he would be airing their dirty laundry in ‘Bad Hair’ and understand, she was quite upset, but he made sure to run things past her before releasing his new album.
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