Nasty C Gets Married To His New Ride

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By  | Nov 23, 2022, 11:37 AM  | Nasty C  | Top of the

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Multi-award rapper Ntsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, popularly known as Nasty C, is in complete awe of his sleek set of wheels. The rapper posted on his Instagram account that he had gotten married to his new ride.

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He shared a clip where he showed off his newly acquired Mercedes-Benz. The rapper recently blessed himself with a brand-new ride and he cannot get enough of it.

Nasty C's rags-to-riches story continues to inspire many people and he is not one to brag about his achievements on social media.

In a picture posted on his Instagram account, the rapper is seated beside a car, holding flowers. The floor was filled with roses and he captioned the picture with "Married to @mercedesbenzsa .. a true love story."

Nasty C's girlfriend is Ntombizodwa Beatrice Sibanyoni, also known as Sammie Heavens. The pair have been riding together for a couple of years now and they are head over in love with each other.

Sammie recently ventured into music and released a four-track E.P titled July in July this year.

Speaking to Drum Magazine, she revealed her creativity goes back a long way. “I’ve always been creative, but it took me a while to believe that what I was creating was good enough to share. The poetry gave birth to Sam the rapper. After sharing my poetry on TikTok and seeing people’s reactions that’s when I thought I might have something.”

Despite writing every song, she was nervous about releasing the EP. "I wrote all the songs earlier in the year and I was scared to put it out. I will be dropping new songs and I am excited for everyone to hear them.

“I am transitioning as a person. I often go through phases where I am obsessed with a medium of art and I pursue it with all that is in me. I went from making clothes to painting, and I started writing songs in private and now I make music for people,” Sammie explained.

She further revealed that she was scared to tell Nasty C that she wanted to rap. 
“I was scared to tell him that I wanted to rap, I was scared he would think I’m not taking it seriously. I didn’t want him to think I am mocking the arts or that I’m just doing it because I saw him become successful off it.

“He inspired the passion and he pushed me to be unapologetic about me pursuing music. He made me fearless after I told him I wasn’t scared of anything,” Sammie added.

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