Rapper Nasty C from South Africa has stated that he is willing to work with multi-award winning rapper Sarkodie.
Nasty C came forward in the wee hours of yesterday to explain why he had turned down Sarkodie’s request to write two songs with him for his album.
Nasty C claims that Sarkodie treated him disrespectfully. During a freestyle on Metro FM’s The Touch Down, he claimed that he declined two feature offers over the years because he harbored resentment toward Sarkodie following their first encounter.
Nasty C revealed that Sarkodie made a promise to never give him a verse if he became a man and refused to shake his hand when they first met.
“See, when I first met Sarkodie, he wouldn’t shake my hand…
However, I held a grudge and told myself to wait until I was the man. Cool, I’m not too proud to say I’m still a fan. He did rap.
However, Nasty C said he wants to make amends and said he was offended when Sarkodie treated him disrespectfully, but he is willing to work with the rapper.
“You see, this is the best way I know how to get stuff out of my chest. I am just a disappointed kid. It’s nothing more or less. But now I am over that, and he got all my respect,” he said and signaled he is ready to work with Sarkodie now: “If he asks me to do a verse again, it will be my hardest one yet.”
Media misconstrued my 2018 comment; Shatta Wale understood; I respect him – Nasty C
Nasty C, a South African rapper, songwriter, and record producer who goes by the stage name Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, has admitted that he admires dancehall musician Shatta Wale a lot.
During his 2018 media tour in Ghana, Nasty C lamented how the media misinterpreted a comment he made about a superstar artiste from that country.
In an interview given in 2018 while on tour in Ghana, Nasty C stated, “I have heard the name Shatta Wale but not his works.” Curiously, he continued, “I don’t know if he is a man or woman.”
Nasty C expressed his disappointment at how his remark about Shatta Wale was misrepresented in an interview with Metro FM in his native country.
“I was out in Accra, media run for my album was turning into a mess, if you tuned in [to the interview(s)], you could guess,” he began.
“They asked me if I knew Shatta
According to him, Shatta Wale, being lenient, “understood that, so there’s really nothing there to address, but I thought I’d speak on it to put it to rest.”
“………show that man [Shatta Wale] some respect.”
[Wale], and they said he’s one of the best. My honest answer ended up being twisted up by the press,” he charged.