- Nasty C is planning to go into the world of fashion in the near future
- The talented South African rapper revealed in a recent interview that he will launch his own fashion line soon
- The star shared that he has already started wearing some of the pieces from his fashion line
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Nasty C is planning to launch his own fashion line in the near future. The rapper revealed his plans in a recent interview.
The Black and White hitmaker recently sat down with Amir Bagheri of Odd Magazine to discuss the success of his album Zulu Man With Some Power and the Zulu Man In Japan documentary.
When Bagheri asked Nasty C if he has any plans of creating a fashion line, he said he's currently working on something "really exciting."
The There They Go rapper revealed that he has been secretly wearing some of the pieces from his upcoming fashion line just to see the reaction from his fans. The star shared that whenever people ask him what brand he is wearing, he just says he found them online.
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that South African rapper Nasty C appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in the US and got the chance to perform.
Fans were super excited when the rapper announced that he would be on the show a few days ago.
Nasty C collaborated with US singer Ari Lennox to make the song Black and White and the jam is also featured in the highly-anticipated Coming 2 America movie. Nasty C posted a snippet of his performance alongside Ari Lennox on the show and fans were super stoked for the young rapper on social media.
The 24-year-old rapper is making huge strides in his career and is working on a number of projects to continue the growth of his brand.
The fact that Nasty C is performing in one of the most popular talk shows in America is getting Mzansi super excited about what the future holds. Check out some of the reactions from social media below:
"Goat, can't wait for your next tape."
"My guy is on Ellen."
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