But fellow celebrities have had to come out to defend the social media star as music fans were left unimpressed by her rap skills.
The 27-year-old model’s latest release is her fourth studio track and her very first feature. Her other tracks - I’m Good, Paradise and Forget About You - were released since 2017.
Her latest video, which was released on Friday, has already garnered over 115 000 views.
But it was not all fanfare when fans rekked their bekke in the comments section of the music video on YouTube.
Tah Mey posted: “When nadia started rapping I was like EINA.”(sic)
Keenan Bartlett wrote: “No man what’s canal walk doing here.”(sic)
Nadia, who recently won the Tropika Island of Treasure Curaçao reality TV show, faced a similar backlash on Twitter.
@fantacy_ZA said: “The fact that Youngsta made a song with Nadia Jaftha is the reason why CPT Artist don’t get the exposure they deserve. Out of all the f***ing people Nadia made the cut. Maybe I should start modelling so I can make a song with Drake.” (sic)
@CantAvoidBoyd added: “Youngsta and Nadia ruined my day.”
The industry pros, however, have Nadia’s back.
Actress Pearl Thusi said on Twitter: “People who hate Nadia Jaftha not knowing they’re busy contributing to her success.”
People who hate Nadia Jaftha not knowing they’re busy contributing to her success... 🤡— #QueenSono (@PearlThusi) June 27, 2020
Actor and comedian Siv Ngesi said: “Keeping winning Nadia.”
Keep winning @nadiajaftha_— Siv Ngesi (@iamSivN) June 27, 2020
And on Facebook, singer Robin Pieters posted that no matter how much hate Nadia is receiving, she is the one who is ultimately benefiting.
He said: “Nadia Jaftha is one of the best hustlers in the Western Cape. The fact that she has everyone talking speaks volumes
“Meanwhile the cash is going off in her bank account while you busy sitting behind your phone criticizing her. But that’s none of my business.”
Nadia has not publicly addressed the backlash she has received for her verse in her track, nor has YoungstaCPT responded to the hate.