Nasty C Raided By The Police.
Popular South African rapper Nasty C recounts how he was attacked by the some American police when shooting a music video.
Renowned award-winning South African rapper, Nasty C recently opened up about the day he was raided by United States police when shooting ‘King’ music video.
He disclosed this on “Here Comes The Break Podcast”, Nasty C said there were 13 police officers and he thought he was going to die that day.
“I was in Newyork shooting a video with ASAP Ferg ‘King’ and I have a mild taste of that whole situation, we were shooting in Harlem…I don’t know what happened but we got raided and it was like 13 cops upstairs like putting us in a line, making us put our IDs on the floor, and sh*t, our hands up.
“I was like what the f*ck is going on right now and this was fresh off of seeing all these videos and these series so I was like I’m for sure dying right now. I’m dying to the hands of a policeman, this is crazy.” He disclosed.
Nasty C revealed that, fortunately for them, nothing happened to himself or any of his crew.
The rapper interviewed Snoop Dogg few days ago as he also shared his experience with the police.
Snoop Dogg also shared his story of how he was once arrested and put in jail for couple of days.
“I’ve never met Nelson Mandela…Actually, when I was going to meet him they took me to jail. I got stopped in London, it was like sabotage where they froze me from going there. And they put me in jail for a few days and locked my crew up and I had to reschedule and all that. I think it was sabotage cause they didn’t want two kings to meet” Snoop Dogg disclosed.
“I think our spirits are connected because I’m doing the work that he would have done at this age”, he says. “When certain people are put on this earth, they’ve got to pass the baton to the next man to run with it, to run with the work. The ones before us did their job, they did as much as they could. Now it’s our job to go as far as we can so when we pass it on to your generation, ya’ll keep running,” Said by Nasty C in his response.