- Nota Baloyi has apologised to Nasty C for trashing his album Zulu Man with Some Power recently
- The hip-hop critic said he didn't realise how much he hurt Nasty C by not liking his new album
- At the end of his lengthy thread, Nota said that he's actually a fan of Nasty C's work but people don't know that
Nota Baloyi is one of Mzansi's biggest hip-hop critics and he has previously slammed Nasty C's work. Nota was not impressed with Nasty C's Zulu Man with Some Power album and was pretty loud about it. The critic was expecting much more from the young star.
Now, Nota has come out and apologised to Nasty C for trashing his album. The critic had said that Nasty C didn't even deserve the title of being a Zulu man with power. This got Nasty C a little upset but he didn't let it get to him.
Nasty C recently spoke to Sizwe Dhlomo about what he thought about Nota's words and Kwesta's former manager felt the need to apologise.
"I must thank Sizwe for the line of questioning that revealed it. My review of his album tormented him and ended his career," said Nota.
Nota tweeted that he's sorry for hurting Nasty C's feelings and didn't realise the damage that his words would do to the young rapper.
"But I must warn him that his vendetta against me is toxic and self-destructive," he said.
Nota thinks that people are too critical of his opinions but if they watched his interviews, they would know that he actually admires Nasty C - he just wasn't a fan of his latest album.
Briefly News previously reported that Nasty C explained why he won't entertain his critic Nota Baloyi. Nota criticised the young rapper when he released his album Zulu Man With Some Power last year.
Nasty C hosted Sizwe Dhlomo recently on his Zulu Man With Some Power podcast. The media personality asked the There They Go rapper if it mattered to him when Nota said his music was wack.
Nasty said it doesn't make sense to entertain what Nota has to say because Nota has not done anything to outshine his achievements in the music industry.
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