- Cass is planning his next #FillUp and Durban ain't an option
- #FillUpMosesMabhida scared Cassper so badly that he actually fears for his life when in Durban
- Aside from the R7 million debt, Cass does not feel that Durban is a safe place for him or the other artist he is bringing to #FillUp
As part of his #FillUp, Rapper Cassper Nyovest has his eye set on two cities, but unfortunately Durban will not be one of them.
Cassper has had amazing #FillUp gigs at the TicketPro Dome in Johannesburg, another at Orlando Sadium in Soweto as well as FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.
Briefly.co.za learnt that even though Cassper had a sell-out performance last year at Moses Mabhida Stadium, he report via social media that he did in fact experiences a few difficulties.
A request was received from a fan for Cassper to bring the series back. Cassper responded, saying that the politics of the industry are the worst and the bottom line is that he is fearing for his life.
Cassper explained that he will never bring #FillU to Durban again. The rapper loves the fans as they show great support for great idea, but when it comes to politics within the industry, they are by far the worst he has ever experienced in his life. He claims that from where he is standing there’s too much pettiness blocking the vision.
Cassper has confirmed that this year’s #FillUp concert will be held “special” but he is not sharing any details at the moment. He is keen to give information out o fans but that will only be once he gets the right signatures. The show will be the fifth one and will be held between two cities which have his strongest fan base. We are all curious as to which two cities will be the lucky ones.
There has been a slight indication that the concert series might be held at Mafikeng, The North West, Botswana, Cape Town or East London. Let’s wait and see if the two cities will be on that list.
The reason behind Cassper not rushing into the big announcement, which he shared with his fans earlier this week, is that he does not want to be left with a huge debt as was the case last year.
Shortly after #FillUpMosesMabhida, the rapper claimed that he was in a financial ditch leaving him in R7m debt. He has had to put projects on hold, which included A Family Tree office and studio, due to the debt.
Commenting on Twitter, Cassper said that with the R7 million debt he has had to pay and the tax episode, it had hit him hard and he is only now starting to recover. He says that he should be back on his feet in a couple of months and things will rock.
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