- Nasty C officially dropped his much-anticipated album Zulu Man With Some Power on Friday morning but there's already controversy around it
- Some of the rapper's fans have taken to social media to express their anger at a certain website that leaked the album before it officially dropped
- The There They Go hitmaker's angry fans have called for the notorious website to be banned
Nasty C's fans have taken to social media to voice their anger after his album Zulu Man With Some Power got leaked before he dropped it on Friday, 28 August.
According to the rapper's fans, the much-anticipated album was leaked online by a notorious website before the star officially released it.
The hashtag #ZuluManWithSomePower has been trending on Twitter ever since the Durban-born artist dropped the hot project. While some fans have shared their excitement about the album finally dropping, some have called for the controversial website to be banned. Check out some of their comments below:
"I'm not even a fan of Nasty but what Fakaza is doing is k*k, I'm p*ssed."
"Fakaza should be banned."
"Fakaza must be stopped, at least let the album drop first aowa."
"At this point it's very clear that FAKAZA is working with these major labels. Nasty C's ZMWSP got leaked even thou bro is signed to bo (the likes of) Jay-Z."
"Nasty C: Album drops on the 28th of August. Fakaza: 'Ayindaz le' (he doesn't know me)."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA has once again expressed how he feels about Nasty C. The Fela In Versace hitmaker took to social media to let peeps know that the There They Go hitmaker is a music genius.
Supa Mega, who considers himself the best rapper in South Africa, has never been afraid to express himself when it comes to the Def Jam signee. The star cannot believe how good of a rapper the young one is and he proudly posts about him whenever he gets a chance.
Mega recently tweeted that Nasty C makes him so emotional. The last time AKA tweeted about the 23-year-old rapper he admitted that Nasty C was a problem that needed to be stopped. At the time, six of Nasty's songs charted on Apple Music's local top 10 hip-hop songs.
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