- Cassper has slammed haters for saying that his 2017 track ‘Tito Mboweni’ is bad
- The song has taken off since it was announced that Mboweni would be the new finance minister
- The announcement has caused all sorts of drama and tweeps are loving every minute of it
Anyone who uses Twitter knows that Cassper Nyovest is the king of clap backs and he is going after everyone who has dissed his track ‘Tito Mboweni’.
Cassper has been enjoying the song’s recent success thanks to the appointment of Tito Mboweni as Mzansi’s new finance minister.
While the song has blown up locally, it has also become a big hit overseas where it even made it onto CNN.
‘Tito Mboweni’ may have been released last year, but that has not stopped Cassper from enjoying the fame that it is bringing him now, however Mufasa is firing shots at anyone who tries to hate on him.
In a recent Twitter rant, Cassper went on to diss all the tweeps who have said that the song is horrible, and he has encouraged his fans to ignore them too.
TimesLIVE reports that within minutes of Mboweni’s appointment, the track jumped to the top of the Twitter trends list, where it has stayed for a couple of days.
Briefly.co.za learned that soon after Mboweni was sworn in, former police chief Fikile Mbalula jumped onto Cassper to formally welcome the new minister into his new role with a ‘Sha Sha’ which is a reference to his song.
From then on, tweeps have been falling over each other to get the chance to use the phrase while it’s still hot or before Cassper decides to trademark it.
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