Mzansi rapper, Cassper Nyovest, is often a target for social media critics judging the way he does things or even anything he posts. Negativity follows him. Earlier today, Cassper responded to a fan who requested new music but most followers considered was rather rude.
The fan wrote: “Dear @casspernyovest Can we have new music?” he responded: “My single ‘Move for Me’ is the second most played song in the country. I’m shooting a video for it this week. My album ‘Sweet and Short’ is the only hip-hop album on the top 20 best-selling albums this week. I don’t need to drop new music.”
But tweeps dragged Cassper with all kinds of shots saying he could have answered the fan in a better way instead of being so rude. But then Cassper clapped back saying South Africans loved being offended.
"South African People just love being offended. I don't bother anymore. I just block!!! How can someone say i should drop new music when im pushing an album and single that's doing well & i dropped music 2 weeks ago. When we don't push pur albums theh say we slept on them. Mxm"
Here are some of the tweets that called Cassper rude.
But some agreed that they wanted more music and the fan was justified in asking for new music because they like Cassper as a muso. Take a look at the tweets below:
Meanwhile, two days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest's fans know that he is dedicated to giving them only his best - it's one of the reasons he is so admired as a musician. He recently said he's willing to go broke to create a brilliant music video.
Cassper Nyovest is a hardworking musician - no one can argue with that. For those in doubt, they just have to take a look at his #FillUps. His concert, #FillUpOrlandoStadium, got nominated for Best Live Audio Visual Recording at the SAMAs despite him snubbing the awards.
The rapper is currently working on a music video that fans expect are going to be crazy good. Cassper took to Twitter to say that he might just break the bank to make the video 'one for the books'.
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