- Social media users are some really finicky people, they always scrutanising every post, especially by Mzansi celebs
- Casper Nyovest has always been a victim, and his latest social media post to congratulate Burna Boy and Trevor Noah for their Grammy nomination, didn't help either
- Mufasa was dragged for simple typo error but this time, he clapped back in the best way he knows
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Mzansi artiste, Cassper Nyovest, did not expect to be dragged by social media for a typo in his message when he congratulated Burna Boy and Trevor Noah on their Grammy Award nomination.
Burna Boy was nominated in the Best World Music category and Trevor bagged a nomination for Best Comedy Album. Proud of the Africa stars achievement, Cass among many others took to social media to say well done.
Cassper wrote: “Congrats to Burna Boy and Trevor Noah on "thier" Grammy nominations. #AfricansGaints."
But social media trolls paid more attention on his typo. Fans scrutinised the spelling of “their” and #AfricansGiant” and soon the comments section was swarming with the grammar police.
But Cassper did not take this lightly, he hit back. Responding to a tweep who urged him to “learn to spell”, Cassper said he was a dropout, so his spelling was bad, but his bank account wasn’t.
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Meanwhile, earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that the South African Hip Hop Awards are aimed at appreciating and praising the talented musicians who have made major contributions to the genre and the event takes place once a year.
The 2019 SAHHA took place at the Lyric Theatre in Johannesburg on 20 November and all the biggest stars of hip-hop were honoured.
Nadia Nakai bagged herself the Female of the Year Award and there isn't anyone out there who is more proud of her than Cassper Nyovest.
Cassper has been a mentor for Nadia and has been supporting her like a big brother, it's no wonder he's so happy for her.
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