Nasty C Reveals Why He Refused To Feature On Two Songs Of Sarkodie – Watch Video

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Award-winning South African rapper, Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, who is well-known in entertainment circles as Nasty C, has disclosed the reason for his failure to feature on two songs of arguably Africa’s most decorated rapper, Sarkodie.

According to Nasty, he failed to do the two songs with Sarkodie because he felt the Sarkcess Music boss disrespected him so time ago by failing to shake hands with him when they met.

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He made the revelation with a freestyle he did when he was interviewed on Metro FM’s ‘The Touch Down‘ when he was hosted by Tbo Touch.

The ‘Extravagant’ crooner was quick to add that even though he initially felt proud about his decision to turn down Sarkodie’s offer for the collaboration, he later came to realize that he was being a disgruntled fan of Sarkodie.

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In the concluding lines on the issue of Sarkodie, Nasty C revealed that if Sarkodie should offer him the opportunity to be on any of his songs again, he will certainly grab the opportunity with both hands and drop what will be one of his best lines as a rapper.

“See, when I first met Sarkodie, he wouldn’t shake my hands, cool, I’m not too proud to say I’m still a fan but I held a grudge and told myself to wait till I’m the man…But now I’m over that sh*t and he got all my respect. If he asked me to do a verse again, it’d be my hardest one yet…” his lines on Sarkodie read.

Watch the full freestyle video below…

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