- An excited Rouge has bagged a new sponsorship deal with a popular sports nutrition brand, USN South Africa
- The rapper shared that she's happy to be part of the brand's family and can't wai to start her new journey with the company
- The fans of the One by One hitmaker, who is known for living a healthy lifestyle, took to her comment section to congratulate her for signing the deal
Rouge has taken to social media to announce her partnership with a popular sports supplement and nutrition brand. The rapper, who usually posts videos of herself working out, shared that she's excited to be part of the USN South Africa family.
"ANNOUNCEMENT. Proud to announce that I've joined the @USNSA family!! We getting these deals in silence. Now let's build."
The award-winning musician's fans took to her comment section to congratulate her for bagging the new deal. Check out some of the reactions below:
"Congratulations. I've been dreaming about joining them since I started using their stuff 4 years ago."
"Congratulations. You deserve it and umuhle (you're beautiful) tooooo much. You're dope."
"I can boldly say you're not from this planet called earth, you're damn beautiful."
"Congratulations. You're literally bagging all these deals."
Cassper Nyovest signs R100m sneakers deal, internet blows up
Cassper had 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 as he was 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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Source: Briefly News