- Nota Baloyi took to social media to slam Cassper Nyovest online and show support to Big Xhosa's rap dream
- Cassper has dragged Nota on multiple occasions and the record label manager thinks it's because of jealousy
- Mufasa said that he would definitely be fighting Big Xhosa if he continues to run his mouth on social media
The opinionated record label manager Nota Baloyi is throwing shade at Cassper Nyovest and is showing major support to upcoming rapper Big Xhosa online. Nota tweeted:
"Yo Big Xhosa, sorry for making Cassper pick on you. He saw me trending and got jealous now he’s acting like a boxing promoter. Just block him and ignore him. He dropped two singles that flopped he needs you for clout, don’t give it to him. Just FOCUS on making the album of the year!"
Nota is convinced that Cassper only came for him because he got jealous of the fact that he's trending on Twitter. Cassper has said on previous occasions that he thinks Nota is delusional.
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Cassper Nyovest has been tweeting about possibly having a celebrity boxing tournament and social media users have been entertaining the idea. He threw shade at Big Xhosa and the Ninyile rapper did not take things lightly.
Cassper then told Big Xhosa where to get off and now Nota is making it clear whose side he's on. The saga continues on Twitter and fans are waiting to see who'll come out on top.
Briefly News previously reported that Cassper Nyovest promised to make Big Xhosa eat his words in a boxing match. 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 that he would beat him up if he continued to talk too much.
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