- A super fan recently left Nasty C contemplating a career change to become a pastor
- This is after footage revealed the fan practically lose her mind while the rapper was performing
- Mzansi social media users were amused by her antics but agreed that Nasty C would make a pretty good pastor
Nasty C may have missed his calling to be a pastor, or so he thinks. He made the realisation after sharing a video of a fan getting a little too excited while watching him live. The super fan was in tears and rapping along with Nasty C.
The amused rapper captioned the video:
"Damn I really coulda been a pastor."
The comment came because the woman's reaction is similar to those of congregants in some churches. Papa Nasty C does have a certain ring to it. Amused social media users shared their thoughts.
Insta user sir_mosweu said:
"Go deeper man of God."
"Watchu waiting for, join Kanye bro."
"She's feeling the music in her soul."
"2 questions: Was she watching him live or maybe a song was just playing..."
"The vibe brings the energy."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nasty C has skill and no one can even deny it. The young Mzansi rapper has grown his career exponentially in a short space of time and it is all as a result of his musical magic.
Often artists become famous for a whole bunch of other reasons aside from their musical ability, be it a juicy scandal, radical behaviour or a cause they stand for. Nasty C has made it on pure raw talent.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Nasty C has recently given himself a new self-proclaimed title that can’t even be argued with. With all the levels Nasty C has climbed in the past year, our guy has earned the right to grant himself titles. Nasty C has big things coming.
From working with huge international artists to being signed by major label Def Jam Records, this young rapper has done things most Mzansi rappers only ever dream of. Having just dropped one of - if not the greatest - albums of 2020, Nasty C has been doing a little self-reflecting.
Being the musical magician that he is, Nasty C took to social media to let fans know just how important 'adlibs' are in making music. Adlibbing refers to lyrical geniuses who think on their feet and confidently produce lyrics without hesitation. Rapping all started from freestyling, and this is where true skill comes into play.
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