How Nasty C Ditched Tembisa Fans To Perform At Cassper’s Concert


Hell Naw hitmaker Nasty C is making the headlines for allegedly faking a leg injury so as to ditch a Tembisa gig to allow him perform at #FillUpOrlandoStadium concert.

The rapper left a show organiser Zimbi Machaba deep in debt on Saturday night after he failed to show up as agreed.

Moreover, over 1000 fans were disappointed at Tembisa’s Moriting Park while waiting for the rapper who was supposed to headline the show. Nasty allegedly bagged R45000 for a 30-minute performance but failed to show up.

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In addition, Machaba, who was celebrating his birthday at the show, spent an additional R5000 on the entertainment needs of the rapper and his crew. As stipulated in the contract which Nasty C failed to uphold, he requested a bottle of Ciroc; three bottles of Moet; two bottles of tequila; two bottles of vodkas and snacks.

According to Machaba, the contract was signed on September 9, and all payment settled seven days before the show. A day before the show, Machaba said he went to the Mabala Noise offices in Fourways, Johannesburg, and was assured that everything is set.

However, the Hell Naw hitmaker Nasty C who is signed to Mabala Noise Entertainment was supposed to perform at midnight which clashed with his #FillUpOrlando Stadium.

Consequently, at 1am on the D-day, Machaba got this text from Nasty’s team;

“Sorry my man, he has been having problems with his leg from previous show performances, he didn’t even do his set at Orlando Stadium due to the same thing because he got injured while performing with Cassper, we will have to arrange something else or another date to do the performance, sorry.”

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Nonetheless, pictures of Nasty C’s performance at the #FillUpOrlando Stadium showed no sign of pain. In fact the rapper was all smiles. But, the same cannot be said for Machaba whose reputation as a show organiser has been put on the line.

Apparently, Machaba wants his money back or he’s calling his lawyers on the record label. Mabala promised to look into it though.