Nasty C shares personal fears: "I've been having dark thoughts lately"

Nasty C shares personal fears: "I've been having dark thoughts lately"

Mzansi rapper, Nasty C, shocked his fans earlier today when he took to social media about him feeling closed off from the world.

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According to his tweet, it looked like Nasty C was having an emotional moment which resulted in him acting out in anger. He spoke about vengeance, having dark thoughts and not giving a "f*c*” about certain people.

Even though the rapper made it clear that his message was for all those who wronged him, it sounded like he was directing his message to a particular person.

"Been having dark thoughts lately, vengeance been the only thing on my mind. I know I’m sposed to “turn the other cheek” but I only have 2.. if you kno you wronged me more than twice, F*c* you and everybody you love.”

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At first his fans assumed that he tweeted song lyrics, but then they realised that the rapper is only human despite his humble personality.

Here are some of the reactions from his post which gathered 2k likes, 337 retweets and 69 comments:

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Meanwhile, two days ago, reported that Nasty C got nominated for an award and it's a big one - Best International Flow for the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards. He's up against some stiff competition, but his fans are certain he's got it in the bag.

BET International announced the launch of a new category to honour artists from around the world during the BET Hip Hop Awards 2019: Best International Flow. Our own Nasty C has been nominated for it - something that his fans feel is well-deserved.

Right now, the young rapper is in Atlanta, USA, where the awards are set to take place next month. learnt that the awards will take place on 5 October and will be aired on TV on 8 October.

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