- Rappers Cassper Nyovest and Big Xhosa got into a heated argument about boxing on social media recently
- Big Xhosa did not like how Cassper said he shouldn't be considered a celebrity and dragged him online
- Cassper then told the Ninyile rapper to stop looking for clout and face him in the boxing ring instead
Cassper Nyovest recently pitched an idea to South Africa to have a celebrity boxing tournament and fans excitedly starting making suggestions. A few think that Emtee and upcoming rapper Big Xhosa should face off in the ring but Cassper doesn't think that this should happen.
Cassper stated that fans should put respect on Emtee's name and mentioned that Big Xhosa shouldn't even be considered a celebrity. Big Xhosa then caught feelings and said that he would knock Cassper out in the ring. Mufasa then responded by saying:
"Mfanaka, nkao roba roba I won't even lie to you. Don't do this, I know you want clout Mara tswada. It's not gonna end well.”
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“Ubindiwe wena Cassper! I was chilling minding my business and you said something about me and I responded, now I'm the one that wants clout? Bruh don't even mention me at all, go back to blocking me wena blockist," he said.
Briefly News previously reported that Big Zulu and Cassper Nyovest toyed around with the idea of having a celebrity boxing match. Cassper Nyovest took to social media to talk about how he would love to see a boxing match between celebrities in South Africa.
The rapper knows that boxing matches between media personalities is successful in the US and thinks it would be a hit in Mzansi as well.
"Celebrity boxing is sooo big in the states, I think we could make decent money in Africa with it too. It could also boost boxing on the continent. Who do you think would make a great boxing fight?" tweeted Cassper.
Big Zulu then interjected and said that he would love to get into the ring with other celebrities. He said that he really wishes that he could do so, he wants to show off his uppercut.
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