Nasty C, fighting for his Stage Name after being sued by His former record label

December 04, 2019 macburnersa digital 0 Comments

a South African rapper, songwriter and record producer Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, known professionally as Nasty C has been allegedly served with a cease-and-desist letter from his former management company’s lawyers to stop him using it saying he does not own the rights to the name.

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.

"(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.

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