Cassper calls AKA's performance 'pap' and Makhadzi 'killed the show'

Cassper calls AKA's performance 'pap' and Makhadzi 'killed the show'

- Cassper shot down a fan who thought that AKA was amazing

- He called his performance 'pap' and said that Makhadzi 'killed the show'

- AKA has not replied, he probably knew better than to feed the trolls

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Cassper did not think that AKA's performance was any good, in fact, he said that it was 'very, very pap', that is not a typo, 2 very's in that sentence. On the other hand, Cassper thought that Makhadzi was lit, saying that she 'killed the show'.

This all transpired over a tweet which Cassper replied to. A fan thought that AKA was amazing, saying:

“AKA is the only artist In South Africa who kills live performances….A Star…a LEGEND!! Proud of him”

To which Cassper replied:

“ Lmao, I know kea rumulana mara aowa sister. Tonight was very very pap. Give Makhadzi her flowers!!! She killed the show!!!!”

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AKA has not been on Twitter since early March and perhaps he won't reply to Cassper, having learned not to feed the trolls.

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported on the DStv Mzansi Viewers Choice Awards on Saturday. Makhadzi was the talk of the town, she shutdown the event held at The Dome in Joburg despite performances by the likes of AKA and DJ Zinhle.

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Despite some of the biggest names in the business dominating the event, Makhadzi and her talent shone brightest and both the audience and fans at home were left with no choice but to crown her the queen of the evening.

Briefly.co.za reported that the likes of Bonang, Boity, Sho Madjozi, Somizi and stacks of other celebs had strutted their stuff down the red carpet.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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