- Nasty C took the chance to launch a merchandise line called Zulu
- Never expecting it to take off this well, especially during trying times like these, Nasty C feels extremely blessed
- Nasty C took to social media to thank all his fans for their endless and abundant support
Nasty C couldn’t be more grateful for his fans and all the support they have shown him over the years, and even though this disheartening pandemic. They the real OGs!
As a celebrity, you are nothing without your fans, and understanding and respecting that will definitely get you further. Respect is a two-way street.
Briefly.co.za has seen how amazing Nasty C’s fans have been to him. From supporting every move he makes, even if they don’t get it, to hyping him up when he needed it the most.
Launching a range of merchandise called Zulu, Nasty C took a major risk as artist merch hasn’t proved to do all that well in Mzansi.
Thanks to Nasty C’s loyal and large fan base, his merchandise has taken off like wildfire. Never in his wildest dreams did he expect it to do this well, especially during trying times like these.
Waking up to pages of orders, Nasty C couldn’t help but feel extremely blessed. Taking to social media, Nasty C thanked each and every person who bought his merch and made his day.
“This what I woke up to, damn, THANK YALL FOR THE LOVE!”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that US rapper T.I has explained how he met Mzansi rap star Nasty C. The two musos have released a banging track together titled They Don't.
T.I explained on his show named ExpediTIously how he came to know the There They Go hitmaker and how they eventually ended up doing a track together.
The Whatever You Like hitmaker said he heard Nasty's music whilst he was here in Mzansi to shoot a movie. T.I said 'The Zulu Man With Some Power' reminded him of himself.
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