Rapper Nasty C reveals he was victim of racial profiling in the States

Rapper Nasty C reveals he was victim of racial profiling in the States

- Nasty C has made damning allegations about how he was treated by the police when he was in America

- The rapper said he was a victim of police brutality after he and his crew were racially profiled

- The They Know hitmaker detailed how the police aggressively searched them while they were in New York

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Nasty C has opened up about how he was once a victim of police racial profiling in the United States. The Mzansi rapper revealed a series of unfortunate experiences with American cops.

The They Don't hitmaker said that he was shooting a video in New York and was stuck on the roof. According to Nasty C, 14 police officers confronted the crew and made them stand in a line.

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They pulled out the crew's identification documents while searching them. The rapper recalls how fearful he was as there "wasn't even one black cop".

Nasty C said the situation in South Africa is nothing compared to what black people go through in America.

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nasty C sang They Don't with American rapper T.I on a popular US show.

He released a song titled They Don't with his idol, T.I and they both performed the song on hit US talk and news show, Late Night with Seth Meyers. When the song was released, it sat comfortably at number one on the top five most-streamed new songs on Audiomack.

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In another story, Paul Okoye hyped his little daughter as she showed off her rap skills.

In the video, Nadia proved to possess her father's talent of music-making as she is seen singing and rapping while her father serves as the hype man behind the camera. Her brother, Nathan is seen positioned behind the keyboard.

Her father, Paul Okoye of the defunct Psquare group, shared the video on his Instagram page, which he captioned: “Musically good, happy Sunday y’all”.

Only a while ago, the former member of the defunct music group, Psquare, melted hearts after he took to social media to share a totally cute video that captured a heartwarming daddy-daughter moment with his little girl, Nadia.

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