- Nasty C has responded to a fan who asked him when he is planning to have a baby
- The fan suggested that Nasty C was "falling behind" because other rappers such as Cassper Nyovest and AKA have babies
- Nasty C's other fans told the tweep that the rapper is still too young to have a baby of his own
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Nasty C has responded to a fan who recently asked him when he is having a baby. The fan also suggested that the There There Go hitmaker is "falling behind" because he doesn't have a bundle of joy yet. The question popped up just a few days after another Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest welcomed his baby boy to the world on Sunday night, 14 September.
Nasty C just simply laughed off the question about having a baby. He's only 23 years of age and maybe he's not yet ready to become a dad. The rapper recently dropped Zulu Man With Some Power and is focusing all his energy on promoting the album. The tweep hit Nasty C up on Twitter on Wednesday and said:
"@Nasty_CSA when is your baby coming? you're falling behind dude."
Other Mzansi rappers such as AKA and Kwesta have babies. But, they are older than Nasty C. The rapper did not say much except to just laugh at the tweep. Nasty C's fans spoke on his behalf and said he is still too young to have a baby. Check out some of their comments below:
"This Zulu man literally said he will buy a yacht before having a baby... y'all did listen to the lyrics? I heard that part clearly."
"Don’t rush the boy, he’s only 23. I mean Cass is 30 now. Imagine if he was pressured like this when Kairo came thru! We plan!"
"Man said 'I will get a yacht before a child', go listen to 'Changed', you will understand."
"Nasty is still young, enjoying his life and money."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest recently opened up about being a dad. The rapper and his bae Thobeka Majozi welcomed their baby boy to the world on Sunday.
In a recent TV interview with Somizi on Dinner at Somizi's, Mufasa revealed some of the lessons he plans to pass on to little Khotso. The Amademoni hitmaker shared that one of the most important things he will teach his son "is to love God".
He also told Somgaga that he will teach his first born child to be fearless and to "go for your dreams". Cass said he would love to have the same relationship he has with his father with his son.
Cassper also took to social media on Tuesday, 15 September to share with his fans that he would be on Behind The Story on channel 129 last night to talk about his new album Any Minute Now and being a first time dad.
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