- Cassper Nyovest recently took to social media to share his disbelief over the price of a Rolls-Royce
- The stunning luxury ride retails at a massive R400 million and Cassper thinks that the price tag is just too much
- The rapper said he would never consider spending that much on a car even if he were a billionaire
Cassper Nyovest recently took to social media to express his outrage over the heft price tab of the Rolls-Royce Boat Tail, believed to be the most expensive new car in the world.
The car costs a whopping R400 million and Cass thinks that’s just ridiculous.
“I know I'm not the target market but this is bullsh*t!”
The two-door, two-seat grand tourer that is a whopping 5.9m long. Each customer gets a chance to customise the whip through the entire production process.
One social media user asked Cass if he would buy the car if he became a billionaire and he responded:
“Never. A R400m car? I... even after I make my billions. A house, yes, but a car worth half a billion? Nah I'm good.”
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that 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 shared this in a video as he walked 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."
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.
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