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I'll stop making music when I make $1 billion - Rapper Nasty C
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South African rapper, has opened up on his plans for retirement.

Speaking in an interview with Sizwe Dhlomo, the 24-year-old musician said once he hits a billion dollars through music, he’ll retire and focus on other things.

He noted that he’s hoping by the age of 35, this should be accomplished.

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Nasty C said;

“I can’t tell you but I have it all figured out. I am going to go to this place that I love, it’s so left, nobody would actually just move there or even retire there, but I am going to retire there.

“I am open about it, a billion, I want to say dollars. God forbid it doesn’t happen.

“At 35 I drop all this sh** and I start focusing on something else. So if I am not a billionaire at 35, hopefully, I am in a 100s, in dollars.”

Nasty C also spoke about how he no longer feels the need to prove that he can rap and explained the effect that has had on his approach to music.

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He added;

“I got over that whole ‘who killed who’ on a song thing like a long time ago … when I was still rapping to prove that I can rap … when it was just about that.

“My approach to music is very different now, so I don’t mind you saying so and so killed me on a song or whatever. I’m all about making people feel things”

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