- Rapper Cassper Nyovest is enjoying living soft and took to social media to give his fans a little taste of his luxury
- The Doc Shebeleza hitmaker was walking around his neighbourhood and spoke about the importance of working hard
- Cassper usually uses his social media platforms to show off his belongings to inspire others to keep working
Cassper Nyovest claimed that he grew up being woken up by the loud sound of taxis, but now he is woken up by the sound of horses. He shares this in a video as he walks around his home and shows off some of the horses on the estate.
Cassper took to social media to share that he's taking a walk around his neighbourhood and captioned the post:
"Taking a walk around my neighbourhood. Work hard bafethu. Soft life."
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The man continues to live soft and basks in the life of luxury. Nobody really knows where Casper lives sure but according to some reports, his mansion is valued at R10 million and is located in Kyalami, Johannesburg.
Cassper has never been one to be modest about his belongings and achievements. He shares his prized possessions on social media with his fans and always encourages them to work hard.
The rapper thinks that sharing what he has online will inspire others to not give up on their dreams. Cassper believes that hard work can conquer anything and uses his soft life goals to motivate Mzansi.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that DJ Tira developed an app that allows ordinary people to connect with celebrities.
The 'YouDeh' app aims to change the way entertainers and stans communicate via social media. The businessman took to Instagram a few days back to let his millions of followers know how the application works.
Malume's app allows fans to create an account and request a virtual meeting with celebrities who have profiles on the app. Mzansi stars who are already signed up on the app include DJ Tira himself, larger-than-life media personality Somizi and DJ Oskido.
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