- Cassper Nyovest and A-Reece have sparked rumours on social media that they are fighting
- Neither one of the rappers has directly called the other out, but tweeps think that they are throwing shade
- After seeing their recent posts, tweeps think that it might have to do with their opinions on durgs
Cassper Nyovest and A-Reece have been acting very strangely on Twitter recently and their followers are wondering if they might be beefing. With the help of the Twitter FBI, tweeps have come up with some evidence that proves this theory.
Neither one of the musos has said anything directly to one another, but after some of the tweets that have been sent out, it can’t be a mere coincidence.
Over the weekend, Mufasa shared a video which has really got tongues wagging as many of his followers believe that it is directly aimed at A-Reece.
Although as some tweeps have pointed out, the ‘Tito Mboweni’ hit-maker doesn’t sound like he is completely with it in the video.
After that, Cassper continued with his one-sided discussion about how different his life would be if he was smoked weed. He also throws shade at some of his mates who smoke, by saying that it makes them lazy.
Now it may seem like this has nothing to do with A-Reece, but he has dissed Cassper in a recent track.
In one of the verses, the muso fired shot at other artists for switching from hip-hop to Kwaito… which is something Mufasa has just done.
TimesLIVE reports that A-Reece and Cassper have never been able to see eye-to-eye, especially since they have differing views on drugs and in particular, weed.
Briefly.co.za learned that the ‘Paradise’ hitmaker shared a screenshot revealing that he had been blocked by another account, while it doesn’t reveal who it was, tweeps feel that they already know the answer.
Tweeps strongly suspect that it was Cassper after all because A-Reece had just commented on one of his posts.
The Twitter streets have been lapping up the drama although it has now turned into a competition of who is the better rapper.
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