Cassper Nyovest says playing 'God' in people's lives is crazy

Cassper Nyovest says playing 'God' in people's lives is crazy

Cassper Nyovest took to social media to share how he feels about people who have opinions on what others do or don't deserve. He clearly doesn't like the idea that people feel they can play God in others' lives.

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Cassper Noyvest may claim to be the nice guy in hip-hop but he certainly does not hold back when it comes to people telling him what to do.

He took to social media to say how crazy he thinks it is for people to 'play God' in others' lives and tell them what they deserve.

It’s so crazy how we like to play God in peoples lives. We think we can tell people what they deserve and what they don’t deserve. How do we even think this is right?

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This came after Cassper was flooded with fans (and haters) telling him that his album Short and Sweet isn't real hip hop.

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TimesLIVE reports that the album got mixed reviews - some people think it's new age South African hip-hop and others think it's not hip-hop in the slightest.

Looks like Cassper just can't win.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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