Over-eager Cassper Nyovest fans tick off his other followers

Over-eager Cassper Nyovest fans tick off his other followers

- Cassper Nyovest was performing when two of his female fans just could contain their enthusiasm

- The duo joined Cassper on the stage and he acted pretty coolly, not getting upset

- His fans on social media, however, did get upset and think such behaviour is unacceptable

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Cassper Nyovest is very popular and you can't really blame his fans - especially the female ones - of getting carried away when he performs.

Two ladies at one of Mufasa's performances got so excited that they ended up on the stage with their fave.

The muso played it cool and didn't get mean or rude with the women (something his fans admire).

But social media users were not as forgiving and had quite a bit to say about the incident.

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According to Cassper's other fans, what the women did is not acceptable, not at all.


"Mufasa.....he is so humble and these people are taking advantage of that!"


"This is totally unacceptable!"


"Haibo baze baphapha why touch him...gosh some fans are annoying."


"This is unacceptable South Africa no no no."

The ladies were escorted off the stage by security and Cass continued his show as if nothing happened.

In related Cassper news, Briefly.co.za reported that the musician couldn't resist showing off with his good friend Nadia Nakai.

The pair were at the Queen Sono premiere and Nadia looked fantastic.

Cassper is not one to pass up the opportunity to show off or brag a little bit and took to social media to boast with his friend's appearance on the red carpet.

He commented that 'it's the tree' and he was likely referring to the fact that Nadia has been signed to his record label, Family Tree.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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