- Nasty C is currently in Japan while the rest of Mzansi is begrudgingly returning to work and school
- The rapper shared a video of him in Japan's streets and he was grinning from ear to ear
- It's not difficult to see that the muso is having the time of his life
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Nasty C is living it up in Japan and having a super time on the culture-rich island.
He's giving fans a sneak peek into his Asian adventure and it's obvious the rapper loves spending time there.
Nasty shared a short video clip of himself walking down the streets of Japan and looking very excited. He even greeted strangers with a big smile on his face.
However, that is not what caught the attention of his fans - it was his silly voice that got peeps laughing out loud.
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Nasty spoke in a high voice and it was admittedly very funny. The rapper has a lot of respect for Japan and its people, so he wasn't trying to mock them.
He was probably just being his goofy self again, and this entertained his fans.
Here's what some social media users had to say about the video. One of them jokingly commented that the muso sounds like a cartoon character.
"Some Ricky and Morty shxt"
"how we vibbin in 2020"
"You and these voices"
"Mmhh SA's Rap King"
"Heyyyyya! Your smile is priceless!"
"@nasty_csa love your vibe bro more blessings"
"Coolest kid in Africa"
"Enjoy your stay my brother make us proud"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that while in Japan, Nasty got to hang out with musical megastar, Post Malone. Fans were inspired to see him chilling with the Better Now singer.
Nasty has also previously worked with a Japanese singer, and it was a huge success.
Our very own ‘Zulu Man With Some Power’ sneakily featured on Japanese rapper JP The Wavy’s single, Chotanosh.
No one would be surprised if the rapper eventually moved to the country - he seems to have a soft spot for the place.
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