- Nota Baloyi opened up about who bagged more deals and made more money in 2020 between beefing rappers AKA and Cassper Nyovest
- The outspoken music exec denied that Mufasa made more money than Supa Mega and even threw a bit of shade at the way of Cass
- Nota was a guest on The Rea and Blvck Steph Podcast when he praised The Fela In Versace's 2020 business moves
Nota Baloyi has opened up about who made more money between rival musicians, AKA and Cassper Nyovest. The music exec shared his opinion on the two artists business deals when he appeared on The Rea & Blvck Steph Podcast recently.
Nota was with his dad when he sat down with Rea Gopane and Blvck Steph. When Rea suggested that Cassper made more money than AKA in 2020, Nota said that wasn't true.
The opinionated Nota went as far as comparing AKA's business moves to Cassper's. He even threw a bit of shade at the direction of Mufasa. He said:
"Look, at the end of the day Cassper's the type of guy who will rent a Rolls Royce for a month just to show off with it. At the end of the day, what was he making?" Nota asked, according to SAHipHopMag.
The outspoken businessman also spoke highly of Supa Mega's deal with Cruz vodka. He shared that there are no other celebs in Mzansi who have secured a deal where adverts of their products are continuously playing on TV in between soccer matches.
Cassper Nyovest's R100 million deal
Cassper has hinted earlier during the day that he had some big news to announce but no one had any idea that it would be this big.
The deal was signed on the tallest building in Africa, The Leondardo Hotel, to mark the magnitude of the contract. Cassper and the founder of Drip Footwear Lekau Sehoana held a press conference on top of the building.
Sehoana signed an equity partnership deal with Nyovest, real name Refiloe Phoolo He posted a video online saying that his hard work had finally paid off and he's driving through Johannesburg in a Bentley. He revealed that when he'd first arrived, he'd come to the city in the back of a van.
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