- Nasty C has made damning allegations about how he was treated by the police when he was in America
- The rapper said he was victim of police brutality after he and his crew were racially profiled
- The They Know hitmaker detailed how the police aggressively searched them while they were in New York
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Nasty C has opened up about how he was once a victim of police racial profiling in the United States. The Mzansi rapper revealed a series of unfortunate experiences with American cops.
The They Don't hitmaker said that he was shooting a video in New York and was stuck on the roof. According to Nasty C, 14 police officers confronted the crew and made them stand in a line.
They pulled out the crew's identification documents while searching them. The rapper recalls how fearful he was as there "wasn't even one black cop".
Nasty C said the situation in South Africa is nothing compared to what black people go through in America.
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The award-winning rapper recently collaborated with US rapper T.I on a song addressing police brutality. Briefly.co.za reported that he recently performed the track on hit US show, Late Night with Seth Meyers.
The song has been well-received in the States. Nasty has also been collaborating with international superstar DJ Whoo Kid. He recently surprised his fans with a dope mixtape titled Zulu featuring DJ Whoo Kid.
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