Cassper Nyovest calls on social media users to turn down the savagery

Cassper Nyovest calls on social media users to turn down the savagery

- Cassper is tired of people throwing shade on social media

- The rapper has urged people to be more mindful and to consider others' feelings

- Mzansi agrees: cyber-bullying is a real thing

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Cassper Nyovest has had it with social media shade-throwing trolls. The Mzansi rapper feels that people need to start considering others' feelings before they go around saying the things they do.

We all know that social media is a complete war zone, especially when you are a celeb in the public eye. Cassper has had his fair share of social media stabs, but he has dished it out too.

Briefly.co.za knows that Cassper can be a tad touchy when it comes to what others think of him, but what he recently said on social media is totally relevant.

Cassper recently tweeted about people throwing shade and posting harsh stuff on social media. He expressed that it can damage a person and people need to be more mindful.

Phoolo himself suffers depression and it ain't an easy ride.

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Fans are with Cassper on this one. Cyber-bullying is a real thing and it needs to be treated a lot more seriously than it currently is being.

READ ALSO: Fans lose it as Cassper celebrates 1 million views on latest video

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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