- Pearl and Cassper were seen hanging out at the NBA Africa game
- The pair have recently made up after a Twitter war
- Tweeps have mixed reactions about the idea of them dating
After Cassper Nyovest posted a picture of himself and Pearl Thusi who both attended the NBA Africa game where he performed, tweeps immediately began to play matchmaker.
Briefly.co.za learned that Cassper had been booked to perform at half time.
Pearl and her daughter, Thando went to see the game as a mother and daughter bonding experience.
After the picture surfaced Tweeps began to comment whether or not the couple should date.
It appears that tweeps weren't that interested in the rumours.
Pearl Thusi did put previous gossip to bed by saying that she would not date her friends' man or ex.
Cassper's old flame, Boity and Pearl are friends so she wouldn't want to ruin that between them.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Pearl was missing having that special someone in her life.
The photo shows that the pair have cleared the air after their beef on Twitter earlier this year.
Channel24 reported that the Twitter war began after Cassper responded to a Pearl’s tweet about falling off her horse during the filming of Scorpion King: Book of Souls.
Cassper asked what she was doing riding horse as a black woman, she should leave it to the whites.
Pearl put him in his place by telling her followers to not let anyone decide what they can or can’t do.
He did not let up and once again tweeted to her asking if she was angry at him because he asked what she was doing on a horse or because he laughed at her fall.
Once again, Pearl was ready with a reply.
She went on to criticize Cassper for judging her actions simply because she is a woman and she is black.
It took some time for the two to sort things out and the picture of the two of them shows that they are back on good terms.
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