- Mzansi rapper, Cassper Nyovest, got dragged by Zulu trolls on social media for misspelling a Zulu word
- While some of his fans defended Mufasa, saying he was correct, others claimed his understanding of the word was wrong
- The drama stemmed from Cassper wearing traditional Zulu attire to Somhale's wedding, but he was from the Setswana tribe
Cassper Nyovest dressed in traditional Zulu attire when he attended Somhale’s wedding. He looked great, with some even comparing him to the handsomely dressed Sjava.
But some tweeps weren’t happy and thought his attire was inappropriate because he is not Zulu, but from the Setswana tribe.
However, what sent trolls overboard was when Cassper captioned the image he shared on Twitter ‘Bayethe’. Apparently certain tweeps said this was incorrect and should have been 'Bayede', which is a term used to hail kings of the Zulu nation.
The reactions from Cassper’s tweet were hilarious. Looks like Zulus are really sensitive when it comes to people speaking their language: Here are a few comments:
Meanwhile, six days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi muso, Cassper Nyovest, shared a side-by-side snap of him and the popular soccer player, Cristiano Ronaldo, on social media and it really got tongues wagging.
Cassper Nyovest wowed Mzansi with his fantastic skills in a celebrity soccer match on Heritage Day. Mufasa took to social media with a snap of the trophy that he won at the tournament for Man of the Match.
But then later, he also shared an identical snap of him next to Cristiano Ronaldo, with both standing the same way in their respective kits, flaunting those leg muscles.
Cassper captioned the snap: "I mean honestly, it's clear... On the left #NY7 aka Cash N Carry. On the right hand side #CR7."
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