Hawu: American rapper accused of stealing Nasty C’s punchline

Hawu: American rapper accused of stealing Nasty C’s punchline

- Nasty C's influence is extending far beyond the borders of Africa and is almost firmly anchored in American soil

- The rapper was recently the victim of what was either an unlikely coincidence or blatant lyrical theft

- An American rapper named Crooked seems to have taken a line from one of Nasty C's freestyles and used it as his own

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Nasty C is getting bigger by the day. The South African rapper is quickly becoming a household name in the States as his music reaches new markets. However, the more popular he gets, the higher the chances of people trying to emulate his success or even steal his rhymes.

Hawu: American rapper accused of stealing Nasty C’s punchline
Nasty C seems to have impressed an American rapper with his punchline. Image: @nasty_csa
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An American rapper named Crooked has been accused of stealing a punchline from Nasty C’s freestyle on Sway from back in 2017. The said line is:

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“My girl got a Khaled album body, nice features.”

In a song released three years later, in 2020, Crooked said:

“Baby like a Khaled album, she got the right features.”

Is it a coincidence? You make your own conclusion.

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Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that South African rapper Nasty C came from humble beginnings and he has revealed how he spent his first million. The multi-award-winning rapper has made it far and now he's collaborating with international artists, making his mark.

In a recent interview, Nasty C said that he didn't know what he wanted to do with his money at first but once he made it to the mall with his friend, he knew.

The rapper got himself an expensive piece of jewellery that he still holds dear to his heart even now.

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"I took my boy to the mall and told him I wanted to check something out. He had no idea what my plan was so we went and did a little bit of shopping. Then I just went to the Rolex store and I picked up a Rolex for myself," he said.

Nasty C's hard work has been paying off and has even had one of his songs featured in a big film in America, titled Coming 2 America - Nomzamo Mbatha also makes an appearance in the movie.

Currently, the rapper is in Atlanta making more music and the fans can't wait to hear how it sounds.

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