Cassper Nyovest shares concern for Mzansi: "Something needs to happen"

Cassper Nyovest shares concern for Mzansi: "Something needs to happen"

Cassper Nyovest has been opening up about how concerned he is for South Africa. He called for an end to the rise in xenophobic attacks and says he doesn't know where to start on what's wrong with Mzansi, but something needs to happen to change things for the better.

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Taking to social media, Cassper Nyovest expressed his concern for South Africa.

Right now, it looks like the whole country's people are focusing on the rising crime and the rapper is one of them.

Cassper said he doesn't know why the situation is so bad in SA, but something has to happen:

"There's so much going on. I don't even know where to start but my country, it's women and children are disappearing by the day. Our fellow African brothers are being killed and some people are justifying it. It's scary, sad and it's wrong. Something needs to happen."

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When MtvBase VJ, Okoeguale Ehizojie, asked Cassper what was happening, the rapper said he's puzzled and embarrassed.

"My nigga, I am equally hurt and puzzled. I am sooo embarrassed. I wish I had the answers but I don't. This is a reoccurring issue and there seems to be no end to it. It keeps happening and it seems that our leaders don't seem to give a f*ck."

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Earlier, reported that Cassper and fellow rapper, Nasty C, used social media to call for xenophobic attacks to end.

Sadly, Mzansi is a terrifying place to live in at the moment. With the xenophobic attacks, alarming numbers of rapes, murders and abductions, most do not know which way to turn.

Reports on the horrific attacks against foreigners in SA can be found everywhere. Innocent women, children and students are being murdered at a soul-destroying rate.

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