Cassper Nyovest took to Twitter to confirm that the rapper Tshego is no longer under his Family Tree music label.
The hip hop giant responded to a tweet on Thursday saying that rapper Tshego left the his label almost a year ago and he's still waiting on his album just like everyone else.
Cassper's clarification came after a tweep made a sly comment concerning the release of the highly anticipated albums from both Nadia Nakai and Tshego.
"If Nadia Nadia and Tshego don't release their albums this year, Cassper should release them and allow them to be great under another label," wrote a Twitter user who goes by the name, The People's Champ (@LaloTheFirst).
Check out Cassper's response below.
Tshego never explained his departure from the Family Tree label, but did confirm he had suffered from depression in a tweet earlier this year. "Been of Twitter coz i been depressed, If you want the truth. I'm working on it," he wrote.
He also expressed that he didn't feel like laughing and acting like everything was fine but on the inside he didn't feel the same.
"I refuse to come on here and laugh and tweet to keep my engagement up when I honestly don't feel like that inside".
Meanwhile Nadia Nakai took to Instagram to explain how confident and excites she is about dropping her new album which she has been working on since last year.
"My album is making me sooooo happy and scared as hell at the same damn time!!!!!! It’s soooo important to keep your energy’s as positive as possible... while doing what ever I want! I’m not answering to anyone this time round... my rules, my game and I’m so grateful. When this ish drops imma legit CRY major tears!!!!! And call my mentor for like an all night prayer or something... cos damn this ish is hard!".
A month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that 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.
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.
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