The Mzansi star who said he used to struggle with depression and dark thoughts, has shared how music helped him get through his battle with depression.
Cassper shared a snap of him and the rapper Omen on Instagram yesterday saying that a verse from Omen helped him get out of his depression.
"This verse from Omen helped me get out depression. Used to play J Cole's Enchanted back to back for months on end when I felt down," he wrote.
He then added the lyrics from the song which was so dope. Check it out below.
Cassper was flooded with messages of support and encouragement after he shared this post. His post had more than 27 300 likes and 193 comments since it was posted yesterday. Here are some of the comments that we thought was very interesting. Take a look below:
Softouchmokoele: "Those lines bro are dope if I was on fb I gon poke ya I hate it when niggas hit on ya but ur hits made me bite my Tongue n now it’s bitter...make em hol up ur flag but they ain’t gonna sing ur anthem...nyovest"
Evansndou: "Nice ey"
Kwanos_middle_child: "I can see Cozz right there.. well bro I still fucks with @realcoleworld' Friday Nights Lights even today. Congratulations 'cause just by chilling with those niggas tells a lot about how far you are. I'm inspired bro. Big ups "
Derekchimeog: "Ahh,that was my shit too."
Renounce_regards: "Yah killer verse"
Bukhosi248: "I never get to admit that I'm Casper's fan not because I hate him but for certain reasons, but this right here it's something that I have been waiting for. "
Kidoldschool96: "@casspernyovest 2019 is your year already"
Even Omen responded to Cassper's post hinting at a a future collaboration with Cass.
According to TshisaLive, Cassper spoke out about how he battled with depression prior to the release of his debut album 5 years ago. He encouraged his followers to never give up no matter how hopeless the situation seemed like.
"I was broke as hell and depressed five years ago. My debut album dropped just five years ago. Today I am seen as an inspiration to all kinds of people. Black, white, young and old. I appreciate my life so much. Crazy what God can do in your life in just five years. Please don’t give up."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest recently stressed the importance and need for positive role models in society.
What people follow, believe in and look up to, is what they become. If our children are looking up to negative people, they too will become negative and do negative things. Cassper always tries to motivate others and set a good example. He understands how important his job as a public figure is and urges others to remember that what they do is the example that they are setting for our children.
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