- Nasty C shared a very painful-looking procedure from the dentist recently
- The They Don't hitmaker posted the picture on his Instagram and had social media users questioning what he was doing
- In the picture, a huge injection was being inserted in the rapper's open mouth
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Nasty C recently took to social media to show that he's human just like the rest of us. The award-winning rapper 'Zulu man with some power' shared a picture of himself getting a huge injection from the dentist.
Nasty put on a brave face as the injection was being inserted in his mouth. Although he did not explain what treatment he was getting done on his teeth, it was clearly worth the pain. Social media users did not hold back as they tried to guess why Nasty would possibly endure such pain.
Some assumed that he was getting new grills installed while others thought that it was a routine dentist visit.
Instagram user choxen.xenny said:
"Got me some new grillz just to talk rich"
"Just get permanent Grills cuh"
"Some teeth care"
"What are they doing with your mouth bro"
"Isn't that painful"
"Where are the gold slugs"
Whatever it may be, we wish you strength and grace through what looks like a really sore experience.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Everyone in Mzansi knows that Nasty C is a rapper. The There They Go hitmaker is not just an ordinary rapper but he is one of the best the country has ever produced. Many of his South African followers don't know that some countries outside of the continent, and a few others in the continent, consider him an Afrobeats artist.
The star recently opened up about being not being regarded as a rapper by some people living overseas. The young musician recently expressed that he doesn't feel bitter when some describe him as the biggest Afrobeats artist in Africa.
According to SAHipHopMag, Nasty C recently told Audiomack in an interview that a lot of people from outside of the continent "think Afrobeats" when they hear his music.
"There’ve been a lot of occasions where we’ll be in meetings, maybe (with a digital streaming platform), and we’ll get there, and they’ll say, 'You’re definitely one of the biggest Afrobeats artists in Africa'.
"I understand the first people to break out of Africa for music were Afrobeats artists, so I don’t feel bitter. It makes it a little bit harder to break down that stereotype, but it’s cool. I’m here to be the person that breaks down that barrier and let people know we have so much more over here."
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