Cassper still has not found enough sponsors for his Fill Up concert

Cassper still has not found enough sponsors for his Fill Up concert

- The Fill Up concerts have been very popular but Cassper is struggling to find sponsors

- With just over a month until the event, Cassper is getting worried

- Last year he was saddled with an R7m bill after not being able to secure enough sponsors

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Cassper Nyovest is working overtime to try and find sponsors for his Fill Up Royal Bafokeng concert and time is running out. With just over a month to go, the hitmaker is starting to worry.

After last year's very successful Fill Up concert left Cassper with a R7m bill, having very few sponsors, he wants to avoid that pitfall this year according to

"No sponsors from the NW gov yet. Santse ke kopa thuso. It's hard ouchea bro," he opened up to fans on Monday evening.

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“I struggle with sponsors every year with Fill Up. One would think they would be fighting to be part of the property now, but nah. It's hard for a black entrepreneur in SA, bro. It's so hard! But we soldier on! 15 December, we #FillUpRoyalBafokeng!” he wrote. learned that his fans have sent him messages of encouragement and perhaps take a different angle to secure sponsors. AKA, his rival, was able to secure fans for his projects.

Cassper responded that he had had offers from sponsors but they had offered him very little.

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As soon as Mufasa made the announcement of the date and location on Instagram, people were already wishing for it to be December.

The week before the big announcement, Cassper wrote: “It’s not easy. I know y'all mad at me. I’m sooo sorry. I need to keep a strong head and I know one thing. God’s delay isn’t God’s denial.”

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