- Cassper Nyovest is concerned at how many people are not taking the national lockdown seriously
- Taking to social media with great concern, Cassper urged the people of Mzansi to stay home
- He reminded them of what President Cyril Ramaposa had said and why this lockdown had been implemented, and asked them to share his post
Cassper Nyovest has been pro-lockdown from word go. He is hella concerned about all the people who are failing to take this seriously.
The 21-day national coronavirus lockdown has begun and it seems that some are just not serious about the situation.
Briefly.co.za came across a post where Cassper expressed his concern about those not taking the lockdown seriously.
The lockdown means that you are to stay in your home and only leave when it is extremely necessary, however, some feel they just scooped a 21-day holiday for mahala.
Taking to social media with great concern, Cassper urged the people of Mzansi to stay home and remind others to do the same.
In the clip, he reminded people of what President Cyril Ramaphosa had said and why this lockdown had been implemented. People’s lives are at risk; we all need to abide by the measures that have been put in place.
Cassper asked his fans to share this post so that it can reach people far and wide.
In other news, before the lockdown, Cassper Nyovest took to Twitter to complain about South Africa's decision to export about 800 000 masks to Italy.
This is to help the country deal with the coronavirus and peeps don't like that our stock is being handed out.
Cassper was demanding that 'our masks' be returned.
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