Nasty C Responds to Name change reports – It hurts you to see me win


Nasty C has hit back at haters who are coming for his crown, after reports that he may have to give up his stage name amid a dispute with his former record label. With the name, Nasty C has become one of the biggest rappers on the continent. Now, according to Sunday World, the rapper has allegedly been served with a cease-and-desist letter from his former management company’s lawyers to stop him using it. They say he does not own the rights to the name.

Nasty C

The dispute is part of a R4.5m suit brought against Nasty C and Mabala Noise by Freeworld Music for alleged breach of contract and unpaid services. Social media has been filled with reactions to the reports, while Nasty C took to Twitter to take aim at those trying to stop his wins.

Nasty C

“(I) got a lot of enemies. (It) comes with the territory. No coincidence that this happens after such a great run. He added that his enemies were touched whenever he won and he would keep giving them chest pains. It hurts you to see me win. And I like that sh*t,” he wrote.

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In other news – Blesser Roland Muchengwa’s source of income Revealed

Uncle Roland source of income revealed. Roland Muchegwa popularly known as Uncle Roland is a South African based celebrity and businessman. He is well known for flooding social media with his pictures together with beautiful yellow-bone women. His ability to spend money on women has earned him the terms Blesser, Minister of Blessers.

Roland Muchengwa

The 51-year-old acquired his fortune through buying and selling fuel. His niche extended through the whole of SADC. Uncle Roland is also a miner and owns the biggest night club in Cape Town South Africa. Read more

Source: Timeslive