Cassper Nyovest shares his sentiment on Valentine's Day - It's a scam

Cassper Nyovest shares his sentiment on Valentine's Day - It's a scam

- Cassper Nyovest isn't into buying expensive gifts on Valentine's Day

- He feels the whole thing is just a money-making scam and people should be 'woke' about it

- The muso added that his girl is the sentimental kind - she doesn't want fancy presents

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There is a lot of pressure on people to buy fancy gifts for their lovers on Valentine's Day and it can be a costly expense.

Not everyone is interested in spending ludicrous amounts on a gift, and Cassper Nyovest is against it as well.

He shared his opinion with fans - the muso thinks the whole thing is a scam. Cass also asked peeps who receive and give massive gifts to not post it on social media.

This puts a lot of pressure on 'ordinary' guys like him.

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Mufasa also added that his lady isn't expecting anything lux, she's more focused on the sentimentality of a gift.

"My girl is sentimental, she doesn't like expensive things."

Lucky guy!

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that this 'day of love' had other celebs feeling all kinds of ways.

The likes of DJ Zinhle, Maps Maponyane and Ntando Duma all celebrated Valentine's Day in their own ways.

If there is one couple who definitely celebrated their day with a lot of glamour and fabulous love, it's Somizi and his hubby, Mohale.

Mohale went as far as hiring a muso to sing for Somizi in a surprise 'car concert'. Cute!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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