Nasty C says to A-Reece: No more attempts to bury the hatchet

Nasty C says to A-Reece: No more attempts to bury the hatchet

-Nasty C spoke out about the origin of his beef with A-Reece

- Nasty C said from now on he would no longer make any attempts to mend things between him and A-Reece

- The rapper said he thought their beef was caused by comparisons made by other people

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Mzansi's most loved award winning rapper, Nasty C has opened up about his beef with A-Reece. He revealed that he tried his best to mend things with A-Reece by bringing him on board on the Ivy Son Tour.

However, his attempts failed according to Nasty C. He then made it clear that he's given up on trying to mend their relationship.

He said there's no going back and there would be no attempt to try and bury the hatchet. So it seemed their relationship is practically done.

"It was never really a situation. It was just as the new wave that was coming up, you know people like to make comparison, put people against each other and that type of sh*t. I guess after that it just became little petty sh*t like disrespect, this and that, mentioning the other’s name when you really shouldn’t… It’s like tension and friction but it’s not really based on anything real," said Nasty in a video on posted on social media.

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It is known that Nasty C has been dissing A-Reece for sometime now. He recently called A-Reece a 'laatjie' on social media. He just told everybody that he felt that A-Reece was still a hungry youngster is his social media page that stated 'Ilambile lelytie'.

It seemed like A-Reece is not the only fellow rapper that Nasty C has a beef with. He recently opened up that he was not cool with a fellow hip-hop artist, Emtee. No one really knew the really reason behind these artists' beef, but it seems as if there's lots of argy bargy going on in the hip-hop industry,

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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