Cassper Nyovest is one of many South African celebrities who are encouraging people to support local trade. He took to social media to urge his followers to support a talented artist.
Local is lekker! And most Mzansi celebrities are trying to keep our trade local too. Celebs such as DJ Fresh and now Cassper Nyovest prefer t to support local traders instead of international brands. They have even switched up their clothing brands to support more local brands.
Cassper Nyovest took to his Twitter account late last night advising his followers to support local peeps. He said he came across a talented artist, Mfundo Mbali Joseph, who does oil paintings. Cassper couldn't miss the opportunity to spread the word.
He wrote: "Sup twitter? Just came across some dope oil paintings on canvas. Here's the artist's details. He's a talented African artist. Facebook Mfundo Mbali Joseph or Google Mfundo Mbali paintings. His phone number is 0609175278. Serious enquiries only please. Let's support our own!!"
Cassper's tweet got a great response on Twitter. It got 3.4k likes, 854 retweets and 81 comments. Most of the tweeps were really impressed even though you got the handful critics. Check out a few comments below:
A month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that role models play such an important part in the outcome of society. 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. Briefly.co.za has seen how Cassper 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.
Cassper recently took to twitter to express the importance of positive role models and stated that without them we are ‘doomed’.
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