- DJ Speedsta has taken to social media to claim that he's the one who put Nasty C on
- Speedsta revealed this just a few days after him and Nasty C were embroiled in an epic social media war
- The hip-hop DJ has claimed that he was the first person to play Nasty C's track Juice Back on radio
DJ Speedsta has taken to social media to claim that he is the first person who played Nasty C's first popular song Juice Back on radio.
The hip-hop DJ was responding to a tweep who reminded him that he played Juice Back on YFM on 25 June, 2015. The tweep @FreddieEcho_ added that Speedsta "told the country" about the There They Go hitmaker on the night he bumped the track. Speedsta, who has since moved from YFM to Metro FM, replied:
"Cap told me to listen to the song, I thought it was dope so I put it on the hot 99. I was the first person to play the song on radio. Today he calls me names. Quick to forget these chaps!!"
Tweeps have taken to Speedsta's comment section to react to his latest claims. Check out some of the comments below:
"But he is now popular and doing good than you that's why you're so jealous."
"Nasty C is international. Wena you are local. Go argue with people in your league. When Nasty C was in school you were a DJ on the come up. He's done and is schooling you now. He surpassed and overlapped you twice. Take your L and call it a day."
"You were doing your job though you didn't discover nor identify him. You're getting paid to do your job maybe that's what confused you. He doesn't owe a thing by that."
Briefly.co.za reported that the Live Amp host and Nasty C were embroiled in an epic twar on Friday morning, 11 September. The hip-hop DJ was reportedly upset after Nasty C called him out in a recent interview.
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Tira cannot wait for Mzansi to move to Level 1 of the Covid-19 lockdown. The musician took to social media to share with his fans that he thinks the country will move to Level 1 soon.
Malume was part of the #VulaPresident protests that took place in Durban a few days ago. During the protest, Mzansi entertainers, mostly musicians, shut down the N3 freeway in Durban. They were demonstrating against some of the country's lockdown regulations.
The entertainers called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to open the entertainment industry so that they can also be able to make some money. Tira took to Instagram on Sunday and shared a snazzy snap of himself. He captioned the post: "I smell Level 1 coming soon."
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