- Mzansi rapper, Nasty C, took to social media to explain to fans why he had to cancel his latest show
- He said the sound engineers experienced a few technical issues and agreed it was better to cancel instead of giving a poor performance
- Fans were split regarding their reactions, as some understood while other were still bitter about it
For the second time this year, Mzansi rapper, Nasty C, was compelled to cancel a show due to technical issues.
After fans were left disappointed by the cancellation, the award-winning artist took to Twitter to express his apology to them.
In was in the apology that Nasty C revealed the reason behind the cancellation was technical issues experienced at the show.
"To all my fans, I’m sorry I didn’t perform. I was there at the show for about an hour trying to work out some technical issues that my sound engineers were having. At the end things failed to work out & we all agreed its better if I don’t go on than to give an average performance."
But fans still felt upset about the cancellation of the show. Some even took their frustrations further by saying that A-Reece was a better act to watch as he performed exceptionally well at his show.
Here are some of the comments on Nasty C's tweet:
Meanwhile, two days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi rapper, Nasty C, has addressed social media claims that he rejected a deal offered to him by US rapper, Jay-Z.
Most of the time, social media users tend to lay out theories as facts on the platforms, which often leads to major confusion. Nasty C’s dilemma is a prime example.
Back in 2016, news emerged that Roc Nation (Jay-Z’s record label), offered him a deal but Nasty C rejected the deal and chose Mabala Noise instead.
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