Rapper Nasty C really clapped back at a tweep who offered him advice on life, saying it was unpredictable at times. But Nasty C, being the confident guy he is, said he predicts his own future.
Although Nasty C is in Japan, having the time of his life and showing off the delicious cuisines he's trying out, he still has to deal with a handful of negative tweeps on social media.
Nasty C was really annoyed when one such follower, Asiphe Fadane (@Hit_A_SA) told him to tread carefully on his assurance of life and his future. The tweep wrote: "I love you Nasty C, but calm down my man. Life is unpredictable."
But Nasty C quickly clapped back, saying that he is the architect if his life and future. And that he was able to bring himself to where he is now and he will continue to do that. Check out his tweet below.
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Social media had a ball of a time with this tweet, some siding with Nasty C for taking the bull at it's horns and making a life for himself, others believing that he shouldn't diss God or believing he never prayed for things before.
Check out some of the tweets below:
Just over two weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C, who is one of Mzansi’s hottest artists, is all about individuality and has no problem with being exactly who he is. The young rapper recently posted a questionable but funny clip on social media.
At the ripe age of 22, Nasty C has done the most. He’s signed with the Universal Music Group and is dominating the hip-hop scene in Mzansi.
Briefly.co.za knows that Nasty C is by no means a shy guy. Nasty C has a very unique personality, the man in white clothing every single day, but he totally owns it. Self-love is his second name.
Nasty C recently took to social media with a rather odd post that will make you question his sanity, but it will also have you slip a giggle or two. Seems that he found an app that made him feel even more godly than he already does. That white hair though! Yusss!
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