Nasty C was hit with a legal letter claiming he needs to change his name and pay a hefty fine for using it all this time as he apparently does not own the rights to it.
Being one of the hottest and youngest rappers in Mzansi, Nasty C has had to face a lot of shade-throwing.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the lit Mzansi rapper’s former label Mabala Noise got allegedly got served with a cease and desist letter on the weekend, according to ZAlebs.
The lawsuit was filed by Freeworld Music who have been trying to claim R4.5 million in damages and unpaid services from Nasty C and Mabala Noise since 2018.
Taking to social media after the news broke, Nasty C made it clear that he finds the entire situation a complete joke and isn’t worried about it one bit.
Nasty C’s been going by this name since high school!
Fans took to social media to defend Nasty C, expressing how shocked they were at the pettiness of the label. Queen B even got a little touched.
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