Popular muso, Cassper Nyovest, took to social media to open up about how South African hip-hop artists have so much hate for their fellow colleagues in the industry.
Mufasa has been it very clear how he feels about the SA hip-hop industry and he is not impressed with the way that hip-hop artists don’t celebrate each other and instead find comfort in promoting hate.
Cassper took to Twitter to question why there has to be so much hate when artists could join forces and make the best of the genre. But the message was quite ironic as Mufasa has had beef with a number of artists in the hip-hop industry, including Emtee, Riky Rick and his longest rival, AKA.
He wrote: "South African hip hop has soooo much hate. Dawg!!! My success is your success!!! Your success is my success!!! WE are HIP HOP!!! Why does it have to be like this? I don't understand... I remember the days we used to celebrate that a hip hop artists won best male.. Now it's dark.."
The rapper implied that SA hip-hop has turned into politics and that if he had his way, he would promote solidarity and love in the industry, not the unnecessary enmity.
Cassper also went on to say that this game is supposed to be about making money and having fun together.
Mufasa also went on to say that artiste's hate for each other won't block God's shine on them and there's no point trying to bring them down, because only God decides that.
Could his message be a call for a truce between all those he had beefed with in the past?
Meanwhile, yesterday Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest gave a humble response to President Ramaphosa 'snubbing' him when he gave a handful of celebs personal calls to talk about the elections. Cassper's fans weren't very happy though.
President Cyril Ramaphosa took his election campaign to new levels: he contacted three A-list celebs - AKA, DJ Tira and Bonang Matheba - via Instagram calls to personally chat to them about voting. It was a cool move but left rapper, Cassper Nyovest's fans wondering why he didn't get a call as well.
While haters mocked Mufasa, he didn't really seem too bothered or offended. In fact, he acted quite maturely and didn't throw a tantrum or any shade in the president's direction.
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