He's one of the most famous musicians in South Africa, so it's obvious he has a lot of fans, and it appears Cassper Nyovest won't let anyone bad mouth his followers.
On Tuesday, Nyovest came to the defence of one of his fans, who was dragged by tweeps over his spelling.
"Man you making south Africa be proud of you actually am proud if you I still wanna the superstar you are represent south africa", his fan's tweet read.
Nyovest replied to his comment, thanking him and saying he'll continue to try and make his 'people' proud.
Although Nyovest appreciated the tweet, one social media user, @DollaFish, instructed him to 'correct' the fan's English.
"Why should I correct his English if I understand exactly what he's saying? Y'all search for grammar, I search for the message. It's about communication at the end of the day right?", Nyovest replied to @DollaFish, shutting him down.
However, it did not stop other tweeps from taking a swipe at the poor fan, who just wanted to tell his favourite rapper how proud he is of him.
It appears all the English teachers were on Twitter, carefully evaluating everyone's spelling. One tweep even tried to correct Nyovest, but ended up making himself the butt of jokes.
Maybe tweeps should follow Nyovest's example by looking for the message, not the grammar.
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