Speedsta adamant that Nasty C is lying about owning Bamm Bamm

Speedsta adamant that Nasty C is lying about owning Bamm Bamm

- The beef between Nasty C and Speedsta is heating up

- DJ Speedsta has accused Nasty C of lying about owning Bamm Bamm

- The two artists have hit back at each other's accusations

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Speedsta is accusing Nasty C of lying about being the owner of Bamm Bamm he reveals the real story.

Nasty C says that he created the beat, hook and verse for the song and delivered it to Speedsta. HE said that Speedsta didn't use that track and instead he worked on it with Pierre. The rapper said that he created the song without any help from Speedsta.

Briefly.co.za learned that Speedsta wants to clarify how the situation really happened.

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“I’m not gonna do this with you. Read your last tweet. If only I had my old Twitter cuz that’s where you & I did most of communication via DM. Fact of the matter, you gave me the song & asked for it back months later. Why would you ask for it back if you didn’t give it to me?” Questioned the Presenter.

Nasty C says that it is irrelevant according to SAHiphopMag.

“That’s not the point, point is you acting like you gracefully gave me the song ‘coz I needed it’, when it wasn’t yours to begin with.”

Speedsta responded with:

“We made “Side Chick” which I didn’t release, we then worked on “I Want it All” which u didn’t wanna shoot for because you weren’t comfortable with how it came out & in tern you passed me ‘Bam Bam’,” wrote Speedsta.

The news first broke of the spat between the two when DJ Speedsta accused Nasty C of stealing Bamm Bamm.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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