it should be fine but the performance of SSD drives take a hit if they are close to full
nand is nand, no mater if sata or nvme.
1. nand degradation - if you fill ssd with data to 90% and use only 10 % some ssd's don't balance how nand will be worn out. It means this 10% will be hit repeatedly with more writes and it might die faster. Not sure if newer drives sorted out this problem.
2. speed - around 80% full drives will start to slow down. It gets extreme around 95% where macbook 2016 drive from 1.3 GB/s fell down to 50 MB/s. Not very good experience from that. Never do this to your boot drive
ssd gets damaged with write. IF you just "READ" then it will last forever