Rapper, Cassper Nyovest shared a hilarious video on social media asking Mzansi women for some skincare tips to help him keep up his great image.
In today's modern world, it's no surprise men take extra care of themselves, especially the metrosexual men, who are extremely meticulous about their appearance and grooming. These men spend a significant amount of time and money on shopping as part of this.
Cassper reached out to his followers on Instagram asking them for advice on skincare treatments after what looks like he used an exfoliator on his face. His friend joked that it was calamine lotion. The video was hilarious.
He wrote: "Lol... My transformation from being hood rich to a sex icon has been rather interesting. Some tips ladies??? Do these things work??" Check out the post below.
His followers on Instagram were in stitches. Here are some of the comments from his post.
Zandy1306: "Yoooh ngathi ubhuti kalesilo"
Misstlolo: " that's my everyday crush right there love tha personality"
Nonhlanhla3059: "Casper the friendly ghost"
Unathi580: "Mxm Mara wena..u still look good with the Calamine wetsu"
Authentic_queen_v: "@casspernyovest... Look @ all that sauce . Jys baie mooi "
Djladydu: "You have the cutest smile man"
Call_me_dineo: "@teemo39 and greet him bathonghe is just that 1 celebrity i wish to meet wena mar"
Tay_do: "Dare you to go buy amagwinya looking like that @casspernyovest "
Relebogile1909: "You can actually "exfoliate " your feet. There's a mediheel heel peel treatment. Your feet will feel amazing."
Three days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Gagasi FM has issued an apology to rapper Cassper Nyovest after he called them out for liking a tweet that dissed him. The radio station claims it was a mistake.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cassper was scrolling through his notifications when he noticed that the radio station had liked a tweet from one of his haters.
A social media user said that Cassper 'uyaphapha', which is loosely translated to 'acting forward' in an irritating way. It seemed the admin of one of SA's biggest radio stations, Gagasi FM, agreed because they liked the tweet. He quickly slammed the radio station and even posted screenshots for his followers to see.
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