- Nasty C has released his track Zuluman and Nota took the credit for him rapping in Zulu
- Nasty C took offence to this which sparked an epic Twitter feud
- The two exchanged blows online but Nasty C took off the gloves and hit hard and fast with some venomous tweets
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Nasty C and Nhlamulo “LavidoNota” Baloyi has declared war on social media with each of them exchanging blows on Twitter.
It all started when Nota took credit for Nasty C rapping in Zulu which Nasty C took exception to.
He completely lost it and hit out hard and fast, calling Nota an 'old *ss nigga' and is irrelevant.
Briefly.co.za saw that Nota tried to fight back but Nasty C was ready with a bunch of comebacks. The feud has taken on a life of its own and is trending online.
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Nasty C really has no chill and this last tweet explains it all.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C has taken to social media to drop his first vernac song since blowing up. The short track titled Zulu Man is trending online as his fans digest his new sound.
Friday seems to be the perfect day to release music in Mzansi. Nasty C had his fans super excited when he dropped his new song from his upcoming album, Zulu Man With Some Power.
The song sees the Durban-born rapper dropping bars in his native Zulu language.
In other news, Nasty C has come under fire from some of his Zulu fans who want to know what the famous South African rapper does not have any verses in his own tongue.
Coming from KwaZulu-Natal, Nasty C has been criticised for rapping mostly in English and his Zulu fans see it as a sign of disrespect that the doesn't embrace his culture more.
However, Nasty C has his own reasons for not rapping in Zulu.
"I want the world to know there’s more than just Afrobeats in Africa. Even my Zulu verses, I kept them for my album. Everyone had been saying ‘you from Durban, why do you never rap in Zulu?" he argued.
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