- Real friends are worth their weight in gold and fake friends are a dime a dozen
- Cassper Nyovest has had his fair share of fake friends
- He recently tweeted about how some people can appear genuine but be traitors
Cassper Nyovest has learned a lot in the last few years and become wiser about people and human nature. One of the things he has come to appreciate the most is friendship and that real friends are rare according to the sowetanlive.co.za.
As the #FillUpRoyalBafokeng concert nears he has had his fair share of fake friends.
"This year taught me two things: nothing is personal and how you feel about n*ggas doesn't mean shit. The realist n*gga around you could be your biggest hater and you won't even know it," he wrote on Monday.
"Play everything by ear. Today we are brothers, tomorrow we're rivals. That's just life. You do you!"
Briefly.co.za learned that he revealed that on the day of the tweet he was not feeling great after a bad day but it was important to stay optimistic.
"Yesterday was a tough day. I don't usually have bad days as I am an optimistic human in general, but man, it gets hard sometimes. I get weak sometimes. Today's [a] new day [though]. Gotta push! Pray until something happens!"
Briefly.co.za recently covered a story involving the Universal Music Group Africa’s Night of the Stars awards ceremony. Where Cassper won an award:
Mufasa got the black hot
First top 5 radio single for Move For Me
First top 10 radio single for Remote Control
Over 5.4 million total streams for 2 singles off Sweet and Short
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