Cassper starts provocative debate on camaraderie in SA music industry

Cassper starts provocative debate on camaraderie in SA music industry

Cassper Nyovest shared a post that he thought was thought-provoking and started a huge debate around it. According to the post, there is no support in the South African music industry.

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Cassper Nyovest sparked a debate around the lack of support and camaraderie in the South African music industry.

The muso shared a picture on Twitter depicting the industries of South Africa and Nigeria. According to this depiction, Nigerian artists support each other but Mzansi...well, that's another story.

Cassper captioned the picture "This is very thought provoking," and was right - it got his followers thinking.

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A debate started around this matter, and people feel that many musicians are in it just for the money and that they don't care one bit about their fellow artists.

Some of Cassper's followers felt that he should leave others be and just focus on himself - let them learn the hard way.

@RALETMaN - Abuti you the most Successful artist in South Africa I don't know why you bothering yourself because they don't want Unity Just let them learn the hard (way)

@iamresilient03 - I see you at the top kneeling down , they are preying on you , please continue praying Sir Nyovest

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Briefly.co.za noticed that others agreed and even said the problem is bigger than the entertainment industry.

@GundoHendrix - This is true you guys are full of pride, you don't do it for the love of music but for the love of money, is it that hard to work with each other? An this is only happening on hip-hop

@Thulani16171324 - Not only musicians even #soccerplayers and #Actors.South Africans in general

@phoksd - It is true, not just singers. South African black people problem.

This is certainly food for thought. Here are some more opinions:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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