Nasty C, and Cassper Nyovest, saying that history will forget them and their so-called accomplishments because their music is garbage!ulu Man is corny as shit. Nasty C hasn’t improved in 4-years… those were the words of Kwesta’s manager Nota Baloyi when blasted the likes of
“U fuckin with the wrong one. I am NOT your college… THIS AIN’T THAT! …You’re a LITTLE BOY to me”
And rapper Nasty C, real name Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo has responded saying that Nota Baloyi is an old a$$ nig*a that has been in the game with nothing to show for it.
“Old a$$ ni**as that been in the game with nothing to show for it, out here coaching. Smh It’s a damn shame. As far as pushing the envelope forward, you’re a LITTLE BOY to me… don’t ever think you can tell me what music to make and how to make it,” charged Nasty C.
“I showed you OUT THE GATE that I wasn’t ever gonna take no type of advice from ANYBODY. I do whatever the fuck I want & you know that.
“Old a$$ ni**a worried about another man’s plate. YOU A WASTE of air and space. Go do something positive and inspire somebody for once,” wrote Nasty C.
Nasty said that Kwesta is goat because of what he does, his own efforts and Nota Baloyi is just chilling on his lap singing his name.
“Kwesta is a goat coz of what HE does, his own efforts… he’s the one doing the magic!! you just sitting on his lap singing his name. Now u wanna act like you’ve done something. Nigga WHERE?!!??? ‘Wanna-be-coach’ ass ni**a.
“Alotta niggas problem is they got stale minds. They stuck on the same shit.. anything new they hear just doesn’t make sense to them. Like damn Grandpa, it’s 2020,” said Nasty C.
“All SA rappers. If this nigga says sum about your music/career again.. send him this (captioning a picture of a wheelchair) and tell him to roll his old a$$ back to 2014,” said Nasty C.
“Nkwenkwe… I’m more like a father to you. You and I know you can do more for the culture. The thing about greatness is that it burdens you. You’ll see how you really soar when you do for others more than you do for yourself. Develop your craft don’t be in a rush. You’re only 24.
“It’s a marathon. Don’t burn out early. You need to experience life to record it. You live in a bubble, impossible to experience it from there. You could be dropping album after album trying to work off your contract but consider what it’s doing to your development as an artist,” said Nota Baloyi.