Looks like Cassper Nyovest finally has his hand on how to handle annoying social media trolls, especially when they bring up his school education.
It's common knowledge that Cassper Nyovest dropped out of school when he was 16 to pursue a career in music. Mufasa developed a love and passion for rapping since he was 12.
But despite his life choices, the rapper and hip-hop legend is always criticised and mocked because he didn't complete school. This was something that really affected the muso, but by the looks of things, he knows just how to handle his trolls now.
When a tweep (@Black_Justice SA) posted a sarcastic remark, "Today I saw Cassper Nyovest Grade 10 report term 2. Yoh people can fail shame" on Mufasa's Twitter account, Cassper replied: "I can also show you my bank account if you like. When would you like to see it?"
But Cassper didn't stop there. He watched the tweet thread and even responded when the troll tried to change his tune.
Musafa made it pretty clear that he could serve cold replies all day but that's not important to him, money is and that's something he has a lot of.
Cassper also said he made his dreams come true.
And while Cassper knows the important of education, he also reiterated that making money is also a priority in life.
Meanwhile, a day ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest has selflessly extended his support and assistance to an aspiring rapper from Pietermaritzburg in KwaZulu-Natal.
Aside from the constant shade that is thrown at Cassper, he is generally willing to help where he can. Cassper came from a humble beginning and knows what it’s like.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Cassper recently reached out to another unnoticed local rapper trying to catch a break. Ice, the ambitious artist, is fresh, local, untapped talent.
Libo, a social media user, shared a clip of Ice rapping and tagged Cassper in it, asking for assistance in getting this guy noticed.
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