Stogie T opens up on possible collab with Cassper Nyovest, Riky Rick

Stogie T opens up on possible collab with Cassper Nyovest, Riky Rick

- Stogie T, Cassper Nyovest and Riky Rick are some of Mzansi's biggest players in the hip-hop game

- Fans are hoping that the trio get together and make magical music together

- However, if Stogie has anything to say about it, this collab won't be happening any time soon

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Stogie T, Riky Rick and Cassper Nyovest may hang out together and even pose for photos, but that doesn't mean they'll make music together.

Fans are hoping to see the three of them get into a studio and cook up something awesome, but the chances of this happening are very low.

A social media user asked Stogie about a possible collab and he gave a clear 'no'. So there goes any hope of that.

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It's no secret that Cassper and Riky used to be very close but drifted apart to such a point that they have nothing to do with each other.

Perhaps it is this that prompted Stogie to say that he won't be collabing with the two.

Briefly.co.za gathered that Stogie did promise his fans that he will be giving them something new in the form of a music video.

The visuals for Love and War will soon be dropped. The muso also vowed that he will treat his fans to freestyles every single Friday.

Stogie T opens up on possible collab with Cassper Nyovest, Riky Rick

Stogie T's curt reply. (Image Source: Instagram/Stogie T)
Source: Instagram

They do look a little awkward together, to be honest:

Meanwhile, Simphiwe Dana has taken a positive approach to the coronavirus self-quarantining. Use this time wisely!

The coronavirus has many people all over the globe cooped up in their homes in fits of fear and panic. Briefly.co.za learnt that Simphiwe decided to find the silver lining in this time of horror and advice people on how this low-key period can be used to make smart moves.

The Mzansi songstress and activist came across a post in which someone had preached positivity, letting the world know that mathematician Theodore Kaczynski completed more than 16 successful technical projects and wrote a 35 000-word essay that was published in the New York Times while in quarantine.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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