A-Reece explains why he did not perform at Nasty C's Ivyson gig

A-Reece explains why he did not perform at Nasty C's Ivyson gig

- A-Reece has shed some light on the incident that sparked his alleged beef with Nasty C

- The rapper explained the sequence of events which led up to him missing his performance at Nasty's Ivyson tour

- Reece then went on to say that incident was blown out of proportion by the media who wanted drama

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A-Reece has shed some light on why he couldn't perform at Nasty C’s Ivyson Tour. The rapper opened up about the situation during an interview on Khuli Chana's new show, The Originators.

Reece explained that he arrived at the concert late and asked to perform even one song. He explained that Nasty C's team refused their request.

"We were still at a parking lot while everything was happening at the show and we had nothing to do cause they said No."
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“I think it was Nasty C’s manager, not sure who it was but his staff one of the members from his staff said that cannot happen. We went to the back and tried to get in from the back, the fans saw us when we appeared out there. But we couldn’t bombard the place and just start stepping off stage and doing my thing. That’s what happened, I really didn’t intentionally not go."

The rapper added that the media made a huge deal out of it in order to make him look like a bad guy.

A-Reece explains why he did not perform at Nasty C's Ivyson gig

A-Reece has explained the root of his 'beef' with Nasty C. Image: @reece_youngking/Instagram
Source: Instagram

Briefly.co.za previously reported that A-Reece became the first guest on Khuli Chana's new show titled The Originators. The hip-hop show made its debut on Trace on Monday night, 2 November. The Zimbali hitmaker trended on Twitter after the show as his fans flooded Khuli's comment section with their thoughts on the new programme.

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Khuli, who is also a rapper, announced a few months ago that he will present the show he felt is needed in the Mzansi hip-hop scene.

Khuli took to to the micro-blogging app last night to give a shout-out to Reece for agreeing to being his first guest.

Khuli wrote: "Thank you @reece_youngking for making this possible, this means a lot to me lil bro. Got mad love for you! #TheOriginators Big shout out to @TRACE_Inter for giving me the opportunity to move the culture forward."

The Tswa Daar hitmaker also hinted that there might be part two of the interview after Reece drops his much-anticipated album called Paradise 2.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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