Nasty C's music videos for "Good Girls" and "Don't Do It" have been removed from the nomination list for the South African Music Awards (Samas) There were several enquiries regarding the qualification of Nasty C’s music videos for “Good Girls” and “Don’t Do It” in the Best Music Video category as announced at the Sama 23 nominees event on 20 April.
The videos, as pointed out by fans, had not been broadcast on national TV before 31 January, which is a requirement according to the competition’s rules.
The three local acts will be competing against the Nigerian quartet of Wizkid, Mr Eazi, Tekno and Davido, along with Ghanaian dancehall artist Stonebwoy.
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These pedestrian-related cheats may hinder progress during missions.“Our investigations have revealed that the videos were submitted for entry on 24 January 2017,” said the Sama office.“We have further determined that the videos were not flighted before the closing date of the entries of 31 January 2017 as required by the Sama rules.Joining the A-listers hosts will be, which will air on the channel on Sundays at 1pm.“It’s about finding out the life of gospel artists and they challenges they face.