- Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest is finally being honoured for his hard work and recently received recognition from Beyoncé's foundation
- BeyGood took to social media to talk about how brilliant Cassper is and how he's influenced the world with his art
- Mzansi social media users are loving the fact that the rapper is gaining some attention for the work he's done in the industry
It looks like Cassper Nyovest is finally getting all the flowers he's been asking for. The Mzansi rapper was honoured by none other than Beyoncé Knowles-Carter's foundation and fans are buzzing about it.
Taking to social media, Beyoncé's foundation, BeyGood, posted a picture of Cassper and captioned it:
"Celebrating the brilliance and creativity of Black Musicians who have influenced the world through their art."
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At first, when fans saw the snap of Cassper posted by BeyGood, they weren't sure if they were seeing things right. However, after doing a double-take, they noticed that it was indeed Cassper in the snap.
Other fans just wanted Cass to see how he's being honoured and started tagging him on the post. Check out the reactions below:
"Yes, that's Cassper Nyovest."
"@casspernyovest come see Beyoncé's organization is celebrating you."
"@casspernyovest you are being recognized by Beyoncé."
"Wow @casspernyovest you a legend bro, truly inspired."
"Omg what a time."
"A real chipi this one."
Cassper Nyovest tells fans to be careful with people who offer fake concern
Briefly News previously reported that Cassper Nyovest warned Mzansi to beware of haters and pretenders. Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest has warned his followers about haters who pose as concerned citizens, describing them as dangerous people.
Cassper has had his fair share of doubters in his more than a decade in the entertainment industry.
"Beware of the haters who disguise themselves as concerned individuals. Dangerous individuals those," said Cassper.
Cassper, the self-proclaimed future billionaire, warned supporters about haters, claiming they may easily pass themselves off as well-intentioned people. These people, according to the star, are a danger to others.
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