Cassper Nyovest lefts fans confused with a cryptic tweet late yesterday, which spoke about repeating the same mistakes.
Cassper has been giving of all kinds of emotions lately, his biggest is self-love, positivity and all things humbleness. He has also been sharing this new positive energy on social media, perhaps in the hopes that it would rub off on his many fans.
Although the muso has been noted to lose his cool, now and then. But he always comes back with a recollection of his actions and tries to make peace with himself.
But his latest post on Twitter had all of us confused. He wrote: "Nothing will make you feel dumber than repeating the same mistakes. Arrrrrrgh! Im so hacked!!!!"
But his followers decided to flood his comments section with encouraging messages. Most advised him to learn from the mistake and never repeat it again. See below.
While others chose to troll the socialite but Cass reacted quickly with a short statement, "Block, block block!!!!! Ke le file chance!!!"
He said people often drag him for the strangest of things, even if he posted a pic of his mom, they would have something to say about it.
That's why he just blocks people and is not afraid to do it.
You can't win them all Mufasa!
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 took to twitter to express the importance of positive role models and stated that without them we are ‘doomed’.
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