SA rapper Cassper Nyovest has once again taken to social media to voice his opinion on how "useless" the South African Music Awards are to him.
By the looks of things on social media, rapper and hip-hop star, Cassper Novest, is not over his Doc Shebeleza loss at the South African Music Awards (SAMAs) three years ago. Each year when the event approaches, he always has something to say.
Mufasa took to Twitter to share just how he is done and through with the SAMAs. He said that musicians can flourish and reach far more greater heights without the recognition from the SAMAs.
Even when someone sent a video urging him to enter the awards, he said no. Take a look at the video below.
Cassper also mentioned that at one point the SAMAs meant something, probably referring to the time when he was winning, but he made it very clear that the ceremony is as good as dead to him.
He responded to a tweep who agreed that the SAMAs are no longer a symbol of excellence as it used to be.
“Nope. The SAMAs are dead. They killed them and its sad. They used to mean sooo much and now you can flourish without them cause they mean absolutely nothing,” wrote Cassper.
Here are some of the responses from Cassper's tweet:
Meanwhile, earlier this week, Briefly.co.za reported that 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.
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