Cassper Nyovest takes on AKA: Success and money don't quantify wisdom

Cassper Nyovest takes on AKA: Success and money don't quantify wisdom

- Cassper Nyovest has weighed in on AKA's recent comments on advice

- AKA had urged people to avoid taking advice from those who aren't living the lifestyle they are giving an opinion on

- Nyovest has disagreed, saying that life-changing advice can come from the most unexpected places

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Mufasa has weighed in with his opinions on accepting advice from peeps who aren't necessarily successful.

Taking to social media to cast some shade on AKA, Nyovest explained that great advice can come from those who aren't necessarily living large:

"Here's some advice from someone who filled up The Dome and successfully crowd surfed geh. Unga'bhekeli Abantu phansi! Ska nyatsa batho laaitie. You can get life-changing financial advice from a gardener who never owed a car of a house. Success or money doesn't quantify wisdom."

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Briefly.co.za reported that AKA had shared his views on the matter earlier, commenting that:

"If someone tries to give you advice, ask yourself ... does this person live in the house I want, drive the car I want, or generally live the life I want ... if the answer is no, then ask yourself what qualifies this person to dispense ANY sort of advice to you in the first place."

AKA had clarified that he hadn't meant wisdom was a separate issue, explaining:

"WISDOM is one thing. Taking advice about money and business from someone who has never succeeded at either is downright foolish."

In response to Nyovest's 4am post AKA seemed to just add it to the pages of all the Mzansi celebs he has disagreed with but he didn't directly respond to the public callout either.

Instead, he posted jabbing some fun at Nyovest, including a photo where he claims the interaction was more aggressive than friendly.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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