- The BET Hip Hop winners have been announced and local artist, Nasty C, lost to Stormzy
- The artists were nominated in the category of Best International Flow alongside artists from Brazil, France, Kenya and the UK
- Mzansi was bummed that Nasty didn't get to take a trophy home but made sure to tell him that he did his country proud
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Nasty C was nominated for a BET Hip Hop award for Best International Flow this year. The results of the category were announced by the 2019 winner, Sarkodie.
Nasty's fellow nominees were Meryl, Djonga, Kaaris, Khaligraph Jones, Ms Banks and Stormzy, who ended up taking home the win.
Despite not winning the category, Nasty's fans wanted him to know that they were proud he was nominated and making international moves. His followers took to the comments to reassure him that he was still one of Mzansi's faves.
@_Khum0: "nasty c getting the recognition he deserves"
@rakaromie: "Oh yaaaay!!! Stormzy definitely deserves it...Nasty C would’ve been nice too"
@__Nonhle: "One this about Nasty C, He will fly our flag constantly! Super proud of this champ."
@pontsho_mp: "Nasty C doing the most for South African talent. Love to see it"
In other celebrity-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Khanyi Mbau taking to social media to gush about how proud she is watching her daughter grow up.
Khanyi Mbau is one of Mzansi's most famous faces. The year of 2020 has introduced fans to a more in-depth look at the mini-Mbau, Khanyi's daughter Khanukani. Mbau Reloaded hit screens earlier this year and supporters were delighted to see that Khanukani is a central part of the show instead of just being on the sidelines. Khanyi is preparing her daughter for the limelight as she comes into her own.
More recently, the famous mama took to social media to post a video of Khanukani doing some dance moves and gushed about how much she loves watching her baby grow up.
Khanyi took to Twitter to post the footage and also get her followers to go over to Instagram and follow her mini-me on Instagram. Khanyi is clearly a proud mom watching her baby grow up and figure out the next steps of fame and life.
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