See what fans are saying on Nasty C been ordered to pay back the sum of R4.5M and also change his nameSee what fans are saying on Nasty C been ordered to pay back the sum of R4.5M and also change his name

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See what fans are saying on Nasty C been ordered to pay back the sum of R4.5M and also change his name

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See what fans are saying on Nasty C been ordered to pay back the sum of R4.5M and also change his name

See what fans are saying on Nasty C been ordered to pay back the sum of R4.5M and also change his name.

Fans have taken to the streets of twitter to call out former management of Hip Hop rapper Nasty C, after allegedly asking the rapper to pay back the sum of R4.5M and aslo desists from answering his stage name ‘Nasty C’.

Recall that on Sunday, the Sun released a shocking statement, releasing a paper which has in report that the ‘Hell Naw’ hit-maker alongside former label Mabala Noise are being sued.

The suing claims are of Breach Of Contract and unpaid services brought forward by Freeworld Music.

The company said it had signed three agreements with Nasty C and Mabala Noise, as part of these agreements.

Freeworld Music was said to have 25% of all the revenue generated by Nasty C’s performances and deals, and the artist was to get a 50% share from the proceeds.

The money Freeworld demands is precisely R4.5 Million which Nasty C and Mabala Noise are ordered to pay.

The newly awarded GQ star was also ordered to stop using the stage name Nasty C.

Lawyers representing Freeworld said the name belonged to Freeworld Music, as stated in the management agreement signed by both parties.

However fans on hearing this shocking new, reacted to it calling Freeworld music out.

See their reactions below:

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