Mzansi rapper and producer, Cassper Nyovest, shared some sound advice to a follower who asked for his help.
Most people around the world, are waiting for the opportunity to break into some sort of success, they work two jobs or even have a side hustle to try and help them earn some extra cash.
An artist who is known as Trevor Sidogi (@TrevorSidogi) took to Twitter to pose a question to Mzansi rapper, Cassper Nyovest, thinking he had a lot of contacts in the media industry.
Sidogi was looking fir a journalist of a magazine who could write his story about being a hustler selling miniature houses as decorations in the streets of Pretoria for the last nine years. He said he strived to say away from drugs and live an honest living and wanted to share his story with Mzansi. And wanted Cassper to retweet his message.
Cassper replied to his tweep saying he didn't know any journalists who would want to write good inspiring stories about black people, because good news doesn't always sell, but shared some sound advice to the artist to keep his head up and keep grinding. See the post below:
Cassper's response trending on Twitter for a while, with his tweet gathering 2.8k likes, 559 retweets and 53 comments. Talk about recognition.
Sidogi's tweet received quite the response from media out there with big names like eNCA, Daily Sun and even Briefly.co.za wanting to make contact with the artist. Briefly.co.za sent him contact details for him to share his story with us.
Here are some comments from fans congratulating Mufasa for wanting to help a brother out.
Sidogi was overwhelmed with the support and offers he got to share his story with Mzansi. He retweeted Cassper's message and thanked him for giving him the great opportunity.
Meanwhile, a day ago, Briefly.co.za reported that it seemed that Cassper Nyovest has finally learnt to laugh at himself again. After all the social media drama that Cass has been through because he is so easily touched, this comes as a breath of fresh air.
Cassper is constantly getting into battles on social media because he does not know how to just let something go. Briefly.co.za knows how often Cass is torn apart on social media by the Megacy trolls, and it’s because he takes the bait every single time. But not any more, Cass is no longer an easy target, the man’s taking shots at himself.
Cassper surprised many today when he posted a hilarious clip of a midget shooting his friend with a beer cannon in his crown jewels. The video alone is flipping funny, but when Cassper pointed out that the midget looks a lot like him, that just tipped it over the edge. Gahahahaha, nice one Cass!
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