- Nasty C has taken to social media to show off a hilarious drawing a fan made of him
- The image was posted on his Instagram account and left his social media followers in stitches
- Some of his fans even likened the work to Mzansi's famous funeral artist, Rasta
It seems Rasta may have some competition when it comes to drawing people in a special way. Nasty C recently took to social media to show off some fan art that would give Rasta a run for his money.
Nasty C posted the drawing alongside the image that inspired it on his Instagram page. He captioned the amusing post with:
The drawing of Nasty C looked nothing like the local rapper but it seems he was amused enough by the drawing to share it with his fans. His followers were also amused by the image, with some even giving Rasta a shout-out. Instagram user edware_msafi said:
"Give him a special gift."
"I thought Rasta was bad."
"He deserves an award."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nasty C dropped his new album and it has blown up! This is the album that the people of Mzansi have been waiting for and Nasty C released it just in time for the weekend.
There are a lot of new released happening and pending in the Mzansi music game but Nasty C’s Zulu Man With Some Power was definitely the one most have been waiting for. These drops are getting litter and litter.
Briefly.co.za has seen the utter pandemonium Nasty C’s drop has caused. #ZMWSP is trending on social media and the people just cannot believe the day has finally come. Nasty C is one artist who never feels the need to compare himself to anyone else nor does he ever feel nervous before dropping a new track or album.
Nasty C’s energy is what makes him one of the best artist in Mzansi. Dropping his new album, Nasty C even had Cassper Nyovest take to social media tossing his praise.
Cass cannot believe the quality Nasty C has produced. “Bumping that new Nasty C . Black and White my favorite joint by far!!! Go get it now!!! #ZuluManWithSomePower.” Social media is blazing with words of praise and pure excitement over Nasty C’s release.
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