- Nasty C’s docuseries made its debut and it has taken over Netflix
- Nasty C’s documentary Zulu Man In Japan dropped yesterday, 25 September 2020, and has blown up
- Nasty C took to social media to announce the drop of his documentary and it has been trending ever since
Mzansi rapper Nasty C’s docuseries made its debut and it has taken over Netflix. It is safe to say that there really is nothing that Nasty C touches that doesn’t turn into pure flames, and the good type too.
Docuseries have become a thing in recent years and fans live for them. Being able to watch their favourite celebrities go about their lives and a three or four part series has fans hooked.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Nasty C’s documentary Zulu Man In Japan dropped yesterday, 25 September 2020, and has blown up. We expected nothing less though as Nasty C is always making things happen.
The documentary shows Nasty C living his best life in Japan. This young Mzansi rapper has done the most to build his career and has made South Africa proud in more ways than can be listed.
The 48-minute visual experience was captured by the equally talented Chris Nicols. Nasty C has a fascination with Japan and its culture, and that is why he chose to shoot the documentary here. The documentary shows some of the most memorable moments such as Nasty C’s time working with Japanese artists such as JP The Wavey, Ricky and Yoshi and others.
Nasty C took to social media to announce the drop of his documentary and it has been trending ever since.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nasty C was living it up in Japan and having a super time on the culture-rich island. He's giving fans a sneak peek into his Asian adventure and it's obvious the rapper loves spending time there.
Nasty shared a short video clip of himself walking down the streets of Japan and looking very excited. He even greeted strangers with a big smile on his face. However, that is not what caught the attention of his fans - it was his silly voice that got peeps laughing out loud.
Nasty spoke in a high voice and it was admittedly very funny. The rapper has a lot of respect for Japan and its people, so he wasn't trying to mock them.
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