Cassper Nyovest shared his opinion on the crime in South Africa. The musician feels that Mzansi has become a paradise for criminals who know they will not be punished for their crimes. He feels violence is a sign of no hope.
Cassper Nyovest responded to an observation made by L-Tido on crime in South Africa, and it's clear he feels South Africa has become a playground for criminals.
Thato Madonsela, better known by his stage name L-Tido, shared a tweet in which he said the country's justice system needs to step up, criminals think they can do anything.
The justice system in this country NEEDS TO REALLY STEP UP‼️ criminals have gotten to a point whereby they think they can do as they please.
Cassper shared his sentiments, and added that criminals not only think they can do as they please, they know so.
They dont think it, they know it. Criminals steal and kill with no consequences in this country. That's why you even have pastors who come into this country to come steal from the poor.
The country has become paradise for criminals. The violence is also a sign of lack of hope.
It's clear that everyone is tired of living in a country where crime is an everyday problem for all, not just the poor or less advantaged.
Briefly.co.za noticed that Cassper's fans agreed with him and took to his timeline to bemoan the current situation in Mzansi:
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