- Peeps were claiming that Nasty C just body-shammed YouTuber Thickleeyonce on his new album
- A few fans noticed that in Nasty C’s track Deep Pockets, he makes reference to his clothing saying it is rounded like Thickleeyonce
- Seeing all the commotion on social media, Thickleeyonce set the record straight by letting the people know that Nasty C asked her if it was okay
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Nasty C is probably one of the most decent hip-hop stars around The young rapper watches his words carefully and usually uses them to build peeps up, not break them down.
Rappers are known for dissing others and using their weaknesses in their lyrics. While Nasty C obviously doesn’t have something nice to say about everyone, he is the least likely to pass comments that are uncalled for and below the belt, especially about women.
Briefly.co.za came across a few posts on social media, claiming that Nasty C just body-shammed YouTuber Thickleeyonce on his new album. This is something we never expected from our boi Nasty C.
Nasty C just dropped his new album Zulu Man with Some Power, and it blew up in mere seconds! Literally everyone in Mzansi is listening to it.
A few fans noticed that in Nasty C’s track Deep Pockets, he makes reference to his clothing saying it is rounded like the influencer Thickleeyonce – my guy, this ain’t cool. While Thickleeyonce embraces her curves, peeps feel that Nasty C had no right to use them as he did.
"My shirt like Thickleeyonce, it's all rounded.”
Seeing all the commotion on social media, Thickleeyonce set the record straight by letting the people know that Nasty C asked her if it was okay for him to use the line in the track, and she said of course. Nasty C is a stand-up guy and that should never be questioned again.
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"He literally just means that his pockets are as chubby as me. Also, he reached out to me before he put it on the song, he asked if I didn’t mind & I told him I was hella cool with it, I’m not offended by calling me fat, I’m offended by people shaming me for being fat.”
“Nasty C dm’d me months back about this, I was hella excited! Lol y’all must not bore me.”
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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.
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