Nasty C explains why he thinks the generation before him is slacking

Nasty C explains why he thinks the generation before him is slacking

Nasty C recently went on a bit of a rant on social media when he discussed why he thinks the generation before him is 'slacking'. The young rapper shared his opinion and was quite expressive.

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For the most part, Nasty C keeps his personal opinion to himself, but it seems something recently triggered a rant about the generation before him.

The young rapper expressed his worry about the older generation not doing their best and, in his words, slacking.

Nasty isn't impressed with how addressing each other as 'brother' or 'sister' is replaced with demeaning names that were once deemed insults.

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Nasty went on to say that the older generation won't even see his criticism because they don't bother to keep up with social media:

"Generation before mine won’t even see this coz they not here. They rather watch the news & know all about politics & old *ss politicians that’ll be gone in 20 years. But they can’t get on Twitter & at least TRY to understand this f*cked Up generation that’s gonna be LEADING."

Briefly.co.za noticed he also expressed his disapproval of the way the previous generation raised their kids. Nasty clearly isn't impressed.

"Generation before mine needs to get their sh*t together & work harder @ being parents. We didn’t ask them to birth us, we shouldn’t have to ask them to properly raise us.
"Generation before mine got soft. & without knowing, made it so much harder for their kids to survive/ love themselves/ be their own person. Their kids are either bullies coz that gets them cred’ / victims coz they’re alone or f*ckin pawns coz they want validation."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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