Cassper Nyovest buys deserving underprivileged child athlete new shoes

Cassper Nyovest buys deserving underprivileged child athlete new shoes

- Cassper went to the Royal Bafokeng Stadium to do last-minute prep for his concert and met an inspirational young man

- When Cass got to the stadium he saw a young man running the track in broken running shoes

- Understanding what it's like to struggle and push on despite your limitations, Cass felt it was his duty to help the young man out

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Cassper Nyovest was at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium doing last-minute checks before his big #FillUpRoyalBafokeng concert when he met a young man who made an impact on his life that he never expected.

The #FillUpRoyalBafokeng concert is set to take place this weekend and Cassper is so ready for it.

Briefly.co.za came across a heart-warming clip Cassper posted on social media of a young man he recently met.

Understanding what it is like to come from nothing, Cassper always tries his best to help those less fortunate whenever he can.

Arriving at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in preparation for his big gig, Cassper saw a young man running laps on the track.

This young man was wearing shoes that cold barely hold his feat, however that did not stop him from training and pushing himself to the limit.

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Cass was touched by this boy’s dedication and his situation hit him right in the feels.

Seeing how dedicated this young man was despite his circumstances, Cass felt it was his duty to help him – so he went and bought the boy two pairs of shoes; a running pair and a casual wearing pair.

Taking to social media, Cassper shared this moment with the world, not because he wanted to share his good deed but because he wanted to show the world what a huge impact a small act of kindness like this can make.

The running shoes that Cass bought the young man might become the things that take him to represent Mzansi in the Olympics one day.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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