- Nasty C recently announced that his highly anticipated album, Zulu Man With Some Power, will be dropping this month
- The star's fans are completely hyped for the long-awaited new release and so are Nasty's rapper peers
- A bunch of established and up-and-coming rappers expressed their joy at knowing that the album is finally here
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A host of Mzansi rappers have expressed their joy at Nasty C's announcement that his highly anticipated new album, Zulu Man With Some Power, will be dropping soon. Nasty took to social media to share his album cover and said the album is coming this month.
The announcement caused a bit of controversy since it came around the time A-Reece and Cassper revealed they will be dropping soon. Cass, in particular, threw a shade on artists planning to release without mentioning names.
“Just watch. N***** will do anything for a little clout. Especially the ones that don’t have any," Cass said.
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However, most other Mzansi rappers were excited for Nasty's new release and responded positively to the announcement.
Chad Da Don tweeted, "Can't wait for the album."
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JR exclaimed, "Junior!" and added fire emojis.
Aewon Wolf said that he had pre-saved the album.
Nani Chehore tweeted, "Zulu Man With Some Power on the way!"
Groovy P said, "Congrats, Nasty. Represent!"
Yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C had dismissed rumours that he rushed his album because A-Reece and Cassper were dropping theirs this month.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Itu Khune and his beautiful wife, Sphelele Makhunga, have once again served up some major relationship goals. Over the weekend, the flawless Missus Khune showed off her amazing figure and toned abs on her Twitter page. The Bafana Bafana captain could not help but show the mother of his child some love.
Itu and Sphelele have a six-month-old infant daughter. The goalie has said that being a father is the greatest joy he's ever experienced.
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