Fans respond to Cassper Nyovest's VVIP Fill Up concert prices

Fans respond to Cassper Nyovest's VVIP Fill Up concert prices

- Cassper Nyovest has dropped the prices for the VVIP tickets to his next #FillUp concert

- Many fans feel that the prices are just too high for them and they'll just settle for regular tickets

- Others want to have the best possible experience at the Fill Up Royal Bafokeng in December and will pay whatever they need to

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Cassper Nyovest's fans are looking forward to December - they'll get to experience another Fill Up concert.

Cassper's #FillUp series has been the most successful and biggest hip-hop concert series in the world and his fans cannot wait for the #FillUpRoyalBafokeng concert.

Big things are expected and such things come at a price, of course. The rapper recently announced the prices for the VVIP tickets, or hospitality packages.

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While some feel that the prices are just too high, Briefly.co.za noticed that many won't mind coughing up the moola, no matter what it takes.

Check out what some of them had to say:

@MatlotlThabo

"Which means when my phone rings I have a right to ask Mr DJ to lower the volume???"

@Dineo_Metja

"Clearly I’m gonna sell my liver here"

@BotsaneW

"Am Sure I get Lunch and Dinner coz that My Monthly Allowance Ma Nigga"

@g_freshly

"Will rather buy this than that arrogant guy who uses people every time even in his relationships. Congrats OluwaCasper you na Chief everywhere"

@Pleasur23442152

"VVIP is for those who can afford"

Regular tickets will be available as well, of course - these will be available starting at R100 and going up to R400.

Meanwhile, Cassper has shared that he is struggling to find sponsors for his concert. With just over a month until the event, the muso is getting worried. Last year he was saddled with an R7 million bill after failing to secure enough sponsors.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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