- South African rapper Nasty C has come out to retract comments he made about being able to out-rap legendary musician Marshall Mathers III, aka Eminem
- Nasty had made the comments while on a social media live chat with his fans, who then proceeded to make the video go viral
- Seeing the criticism, Nasty C promptly took back his words and penned a humbled open letter to Eminem
Mzansi rapper Nasty C has retracted his statements about being able to out-rap Eminem. This comes after the hip hop community were up in arms over his comments.
Taking to Instagram, Nasty C penned an open letter to Eminem to take back what he said and added that he loved and respected the rapper.
The letter read:
“Dear Eminem. I love you. If you see the video goin around rn don’t pay no mind to it. Just laugh about it & move on. Ngyak’saba – Spank Daddy.”
Ngyak’saba is the Zulu word for “I am afraid of you.”
These comments will bring much relief to the hip hop fans who were rather outraged by Nasty’s ambitious uttering.
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that South African rapper Nasty C found himself trending on social media on Friday morning after he made a bold claim.
The musician said that he could take on world-renowned rapper and self-proclaimed ‘rap god’ Eminem. Nasty made the statement while on a live chat with his fans. Nasty C believes that today’s Eminem is not very relatable while he is.
Nasty believes that not only is he more relatable than Eminem, but he is also more versatile. His comments were met with mixed reactions from his fans.
Twitter user iam_tenboyz said:
“Nasty & Eminem is not a bad match, both are good in there own way of rap, but come to think of it, Eminem wasn't as dope as Nasty at his younger age & Nasty can't last in the game as Eminem, being relevant for yrs ain't shit bro, but nasty still has something to prove.”
“This is very disrespectful and I actually love Nasty C...TF is he talking about..? He can't even touch Royce..TF???”
Lol...this gave me tears in my eyes. Can members of his team please take away his phone? Who has heard about MGK since he went up against Mathers??”
“Why all these young rappers wanna beef with Eminem ?? It's like a universal rule now. They wanna be controversial using Eminem's name.”
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