- Nasty C and Olamide trended online when their fans were engaged in a heated debate about who is better between the two rappers
- Nasty C's fans shared that the South African artist is better than the Nigerian rapper when it comes to penning good lyrics
- Olamide's fans argued that the OG has made more money and dropped more hits than the There They Go hitmaker
Nasty C and Olamide's fans had an argument on social media over who the best rapper is between them.
The heated debate was sparked by a peep who said that Nasty C is lyrically better than the OG rapper.
The fans of both the South African and Nigerian rappers argued about who is more successful and has dropped more hits between them.
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While the majority of hip-hop fans argued that Nasty C is lyrically better than Olamide, some were of the opinion that Olamide has made more money than the Bookoo Bucks hitmaker.
Legit.ng takes a look at some of the comments made by peeps on Twitter:
"Lyrically, We all believe Nasty C is better than Olamide."
"Stop capping gee, how many Olamide tracks have you listened to."
"Nothing on earth makes Nasty C better than Olamide, lyrically Olamide is better. Olamide has more money, views, chats etc.
"So you don't know the difference between lyrics and influence. Olamide may have numbers and hits but Nasty C is bigger than him when it comes to rap."
"Most of you arguing, either you don’t know the meaning of 'lyrically' or you are just being sentimental, or you don’t even listen to Nasty C, cos if you do... Big respect to Olamide but Nasty is better lyrically."
"It's just a fact. Nasty C is the best rapper in Africa."
Nasty C begs followers to leave social media out of concern for mental health
Nasty C 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.
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.