Black Twitter is furious that Nadia Nakai has not dropped her long-awaited album and had a lot to say about it.
Nadia Nakai dropped another teaser for her long-awaited album. But Black Twitter fans were displeased, as they have been waiting for the muso to drop her promised album since last year.
Nadia took to Twitter this afternoon saying that her album is lit, using only fire emoji's. But tweeps didn't seem to care what she was saying, just asking her straight out when can they expect her album.
They wanted a specific date from the musician. Her tweet has 2k likes and 22 retweets since she posted it this afternoon. Here are some of the comments from her tweet.
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Here are more frustrated tweets from Nadia's followers on Twitter, calling for the release date for her album, or even a few lines that they can look forward to.
According to SA Hip Hop Magazine, last month Bragga promised to drop her album soon.
She took to Twitter again and said: "My album is making me soooo happy and scared as hell at the same damn time. It's so important to keep your energy as positive as possible, while doing what ever I want. I'm not answering to anyone this time round. my rules, my game and I'm so grateful."
Just over three weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Nadia Nakai is often serving Mzansi with sauce as she tries different hairstyles and even different hair colours. Most of the time she looks fantastic. This time, Nadia tried a bright green short hairstyle, and her fans digged it.
Musician Nadia Nakai is known for switching up her looks all the time, and we're always here for it. We've seen her pull off hairstyles that had us (and fans) a little jealous with how gorgeous she can look with just about any style.
Her latest look is a little more daring than we're used to - she's now rocking a short bright green wig. Her fans are loving it and say she looks fresh and hot. Who are we to argue with Nadia's loyal fans?
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