- Nasty C has responded to a troll who dragged him for his views amid Nigeria's #EndSars outrage
- Nasty C recently shared his concern about reported police brutality in Nigeria
- One tweep decided to come for Nasty C because of his "silence" when it comes to matters affecting the people of Mzansi
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Nasty C recently took to social media to share his two cents on the trending hashtag #EndSARS. The rapper shared his concern about reported police brutality in Nigeria when a troll decided to drag him for being "silent" on matters affecting South Africans.
The There They Go rapper took to Twitter and showed his support to Nigerians following nationwide protests across that country. A clip trended last week showing members of the SARS unit allegedly fatally shooting a man in Delta state. Nasty C wrote:
"World is f*cked up & the people that are supposed to serve & protect are often the biggest problem smh."
The troll decided to come for Nasty C following his tweet. The tweep replied to Nasty:
"Crazy how they always go silent when it comes to their own #PutSouthAfricansFirst."
Nasty C got hot under the collar and clapped back at the tweep. He told him where to get off. The musician replied:
"Did you do a full inspec on my Twitter? Do you know for a fact that I 'go silent when it comes to my own'? NO YOU DON'T, so get the f*ck off my nuts."
Other social media users took to Nasty's comment section to share mixed reactions to his reaction to the troll. Check out some of their comments below:
"You have a right to speak whenever you feel like speaking Junior, don't let these #PutSouthAfricansFirst bullies get to you, they can run their xenophobic hashtag on their own, why should you be forced to tweet on something you don't subscribe to."
"It's not just the #PutSouthAfricaFirst movement that he's not vocal about but about GBV and farm murders happening in the country, he just couldn't be bothered. A 21-year-old farmer was brutally murdered not so long ago and he was on mute until now."
"People please understand if you wanna be successful and keep on maintaining your fame, you better not oppose the SA gov.. don't blame Nasty C for not saying anything. It not easy as you all think."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Pearl Thusi has expressed her support towards the call by Nigerians to end police brutality in their country. The hashtag #EndSars has been trending on social media as Nigerians alleged that the special police force has been abusing their power.
The media personality has shown her support to the cause by taking to Instagram to add her voice. The gorgeous actress posted an image depicting 3 raised fists along with the caption:
"The movement continues... from the USA, South Africa, Nigeria and all around the world...Let’s lend each other support and fight this oppression together!#endSARS #ENDSARSNOW #endsarsbrutality #ISTANDWITHTHENIGERIANPEOPLE #IAMANAFRICAN"
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