[img src:ig/starrfmonline]Even though we find it very redundant that radio stations still pose the same question to every foreign artiste? And yet the public seems to love it!
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Social media is getting a little silly!
What is Nasty C’s real name?
Popular South African rapper, Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, better known as Nasty C, has said he is anxious to meet Ghanaian dancehall sensation Stonebwoy.
According to him, he likes the Bhim nation President because he (Stonebwoy) is “passionate about helping people”.
“I have to meet Stonebwoy, I love people like him. He has some positive vibes and he is passionate about helping people. I have to meet Stonebwoy, I really like people,” he told Giovanni and Berla Mundi on Starr Drive Monday.
Nasty C who was a guest international act at the 19th VGMAs held at the Conference Centre last Saturday also said even though he has heard of Stonebwoy’s dancehall rival Shatta Wale, he does not know his works.
“I have heard the name Shatta Wale but not his works. I don’t know if he is a man or woman”.
He however singled out Kwesi Arthur’s “Grind Day” as his favorite Ghanaian song.
The South African further intimated he was comfortable on the VGMA stage because he is used to performing to an audience like that.
“I came from performing in school halls so I was not disturbed with the sound at the VGMAs. I am not afraid to share stories about me to people. I believe my stories can motivate people”.
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Not long ago, fellow South African star Cassper Nyovest was posed with the same question on the same radio show.
When asked whether he’s heard of Shatta Wale, Nyovest answered “[he] is trouble,” adding “I have read a lot about him…but I don’t know his music yet but everybody says it is lit.”