- There was no social distancing or masks in sight at Nasty C's Zulu Man With Some Power album tour in Nelspruit
- Nasty C shared clips of the epic gig that took place at a packed venue on his Instagram page
- One of Nasty C's fans took his comment section to remind him that the world is still going through a pandemic
Nasty C is busy with his Zulu Man With Some Power album tour these days. The There They Go rapper recently took to Instagram to share videos of one of his gigs in Nelspruit at the weekend.
There was no social distancing or masks in sight at the packed venue he was performing at. People were dancing close to each other and singing along to the star's songs. No one seemed to care about the country's lockdown regulations during the epic gig. Nasty C captioned his post:
"THE PANORAMIC IS OVER!!! #ZuluManWithSomePower Album Tour!! Nelspruit took it all the way up there!!! SPRINGS!! We Goin Up Tonight!!!!"
Even though the country is now on Level 1 of the lockdown, people are still required to wear their masks and practice social distancing to curb the spread of the coronavirus. During the show, Nasty C and his fans seemed to have forgotten that the Covid-19 still exists.
One social media user took his comment section on the photo-sharing app to remind him that the world is still going through a pandemic. rvandco_management wrote:
"@nasty_csa bro bro bro I ant gonna lie that looks lit bro but how you getting people so close to each other my broski? You do know the world is going through a pandemic."
One of the musician's fans defended the star. playboy_sa reacted to rvandco_management:
"@rvandco_management if you're scared of the pandemic, stay home."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kendrick Lamar has made his first rap appearance in 2020. The Grammy winner is featured on Busta Rhymes' new song titled Look Over Your Shoulder.
The veteran rapper dropped the single on Thursday, 29 October along with a lyrical music video. The track also features singer SZA. Busta's song is a sample of the Jackson 5's classic I'll Be There.
It is the first time that Kendrick dropped a verse this year, according to People. This is his first verse since 2019. He made waves in 2019 when he featured on SiR's song titled Hair Down and Rearview by Raphael Saadiq, among other songs.
Social media users took to YouTube to listen to the new song by Busta and Kendrick. One fan, Greek Yard, commented:
"This Michael Jackson sample is too fire. I didn’t know this was a sample I needed in my life, the beat and lyrics was [sic] everything."
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