- US rapper BIA has reacted to claims that she disrespected Mzansi rapper, Nasty C
- BIA recently caused a stir on social media when she seemingly shaded Nasty C over credentials
- Nasty C has also responded to the claims, saying he didn't feel disrespected by BIA's post at all
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US rapper BIA recently caused a stir on social media when she seemingly took shots at Nasty C. The Cover Girl hitmaker recently took to Twitter to ask Mzansi to put her on with some fire artists she could collab with.
Many tweeps told her that she should link up with the There They Go rapper as he is currently one of the best hip-hop artists in the country. According to BIA, one fan claimed that she wasn't good enough to collaborate with Nasty C.
She then took a screenshot of the numbers of her latest single and compared them with Nasty's latest album Zulu Man With Some Power. Mzansi fans then called her out for shading Nasty C.
Tweeps accused her of disrespecting the Mzansi rapper. BIA then defended herself:
"I was showing that to the person who said we can’t collab bc of numbers, that was to show them they’re numbers don’t mean sh*t. I’m only here to make good music with good people. But carry on."
The Def Jam artist took to Twitter to share that he didn't see any disrespect in BIA's post. Nasty C said:
"BIA cool. I don’t feel disrespected at all."
Some tweeps still demanded an apology from BIA even after she explained that she didn't mean to disrespect Nasty C.
"Lol, if he had more numbers than you... would you screenshot and say numbers ain't sh*t?"
"Bruh! That's all I ask for, an apology... Then we can move."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Rami Chuene recently took to social media to share that she wants the Hawks to raid the entertainment industry next. She said when the Hawks are done arresting corrupt Mzansi politicians and government officials they must come for the greedy entertainment bosses.
The Isono actress wants the Hawks to investigate alleged corruption and exploitation in her industry. Rami tweeted:
"As soon as Hawks are done with politics they must come to the mighty, unstoppable and greedy entertainment ‘gods’. The corruption, greed and exploitation have built many mansions and bought many cars leaving many artists broke since the days of Bophelo ke Semphekgo."
Tweeps shared mixed reactions to the veteran actress' post. Some even accused her of being jealous of the Fergusons. Rami recently butted heads with the Fergusons when she exited The Queen. She explained that she wasn't just talking about one production company but the whole industry.
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