Nasty C Begs Followers to Leave Social Media Out of Concern for Mental Health and Wellbeing

Nasty C Begs Followers to Leave Social Media Out of Concern for Mental Health and Wellbeing

  • Nasty C has expressed great concern for the mental health of his followers, as he issues them a stern warning to steer clear from social media
  • The rapper shared a series of warning messages across his social media platforms, making sure that fans know he means well
  • Famous names such as AKA, Moozlie and Loot Love were in the comment section agreeing with the musician and sharing their experiences

Nasty C has boldly told his followers the truth about the dangers of social media. In a time when mental health is more important than ever, the rapper is making sure that his fans are taken care of.

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Nasty C has warned his followers to limit the time they spend on social media. Image: Getty Images
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Nasty is making sure that his fans are aware of what they're subjecting themselves to when they log onto social media. The musician advised his followers to consider getting rid of their social media platforms.

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The Black and White hitmaker took to Instagram to throw some shade at the Twitter app.

Nasty C called the social media network "another version of hell" as he told fans that he is looking out for their well-being. He wrote:

PAY ATTENTION: Join Telegram channel! Never miss important updates!

"If you’re a fan of mine, out of my love for you & my concern for your health, I’m begging you to leave that app."

A few celebs headed over to the comment section of the post to agree with Nasty C and share their own versions of the same warning.

AKA wrote:

"I left Twitter nearly a year ago and it basically saved my life."

Moozlie said:

"Got a new phone about a month ago, never downloaded it again & I’m not going back. I would HIGHLY recommend this. Thanks for sharing brother."

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LootLove commented:

"Best thing I ever for my sanity was leave that app for good."

OKMaulemKoolKat said:

"One of the darkest streets on the internet, disguised as a safehouse for opinion."

IOL reported that AKA only returned to social media late last year, after taking a long break to deal with the untimely passing of his fiancée, Anele “Nellie” Tembe.

Nasty C shares teaser for his upcoming single Stalling

Mzansi hip hop fans are in for a treat from rapper Nasty C. The King hitmaker revealed that a new single titled Stalling would drop soon.

As some of you may know, Nasty C has not released new music since his last studio album in 2020.

Although it looks like a breakup song, there is no doubt that Stalling is going to be a hit. Nasty C has been breaking records lately.


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