- Nasty C has a major fascination with the Japanese culture, so much so that he has even learnt that language
- Taking to social media with a clip that we can’t tell you exactly what it was about, Nasty C spoke in what we all assume is Japanese
- Nasty C's fans were shook but they just went with it and gave the most hilarious responses
Nasty C has a major fascination with the Japanese culture, everyone knows that. One thing not many knew though is that the young rapper can actually speak a bit of the language too.
Having visited Japan and even filmed a documentary there, Nasty C has made it clear that he feels his soul belongs in Japan. While Japanese is by no means a widely spoken language in Mzansi, Nasty C felt the need to show off his skills on social media.
Taking to social media with a clip that we can’t tell you exactly what it was about or even if it was actual Japanese, Nasty C let his followers know that Japanese has been added to his vocabulary.
Not understanding a single thing Nasty C said, fans just went with it. Peeps took to the comment section and just made up their own conclusions as to what Nasty c was waffling about – the comments are hilarious.
“My friend and I were just talking about it... you're right.”
“Copy over, Nasty C went Chinese on us, I repeat, Nasty went Chinese on us.... do you copy?”
“After watching this video my whole furniture is upside down, please undo the spell.”
“Yes Nasty C, Cha che chi cho chuu yang chuuu.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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.
Nasty C’s documentary Zulu Man In Japan dropped on 25 September and has blown up. We expected nothing less though as Nasty C is always making things happen.
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