Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest, claims he's a trailblazer, but is he?

Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest, claims he's a trailblazer, but is he?

Cassper Nyovest says that he has influenced the hip-hop culture in South Africa. He urged fans to look beyond the money and see what his moves are doing for the industry.

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The rapper believes that his music influenced a shift in the hip-hop genre. He also claims that his Samsung mobile deal is a trendsetting move.

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Briefly.co.za reported that the rapper recently became the newest South African ambassador for Samsung Mobile. He believes that he's opened the doors for other fellow rappers to get similar gigs.

"My prediction says all the competitors are going to buy into other hip-hop brands, which is dope for hip-hop as we have become the most lucrative genre in the country."

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Social media users, however, were not quite on the same page as he was. Although many did share his sentiments, others thought that he was getting ahead of himself with what he thinks he's achieved.

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Cassper wasted no time clapping back at the doubters.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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