Nasty C Explains Why He Decided To Address His Beef With Sarkodie Through A Song & Not In Person. Nasty C stopped by Tbo Touch’s Metro FM show, The Touch Down, on Wednesday to deliver one of his most tell-all freestyles to date. The rapper, who is known for being reserved and low-key, used the opportunity to address a few issues. One of the issues was his encounter with Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie.
Nasty C stated that the first time he met Sarkodie, the prominent could not shake his hand and from that day he has held a grudge against the Rollies and Cigars chanter. In a recent interview after the freestyle, No Big Deal was released, Nasty C was asked why he chose to address his situation on a song rather than in person since the two have been in communication.
“Like I said I wasn’t being mature about it, I was being childish about it,” he said. “The way I was going about it was like very childish, I was emotional about it and when you’re like that you want to make someone feel that pain, you want to make someone feel like wait is this guy snubbing me type of thing, you want them to feel that,” he added.
The Hell Naw stated that he was not in that space or level of reasoning because his emotions were clouded by anger. “I wasn’t open at reasoning and speaking about it and addressing it, I wasn’t at a place at that time, I was still in my like vengeance bag you know,” said Nasty C.
He also recounted his attempts to patch things up with A-Reece, a move he would come to regret as the rapper treated him disrespectfully.
He continued by saying that even though he was a fan of the rappers 25K and Flvme and many other talented people associated with A-Reece, he would never again place his trust in him.