Cassper Nyovest speaks out on AKA boxing challenge, cites wrong timing

Cassper Nyovest speaks out on AKA boxing challenge, cites wrong timing

- Cassper Nyovest has finally decide to speak out about AKA's boxing match challenge

- AKA went on a Twitter rant and challenged Mufasa to a match in order for them to settle their beef

- Cassper has not ruled out the match but cited wrong timing and approach from AKA

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Cassper Nyovest has finally broken his silence about the boxing match challenge that his arch-rival AKA threw at him on social media.

The Doc Shebeleza hitmaker has cited "wrong timing" and "approach" as some of the reasons that might delay the match, that's if it's going to happen at all.

"If someone disrespects your parents like that, as a man, it's obviously something that I'm not against. It's just wrong timing, the approach, it was just like ah not now man."

He was speaking to Slikour via an IG Live interview.

Briefly.co.za reported how AKA went on a Twitter rant and challenged Cassper to the boxing match in order for them to settle their long-time beef.

The Fella In Versace rapper even went as far as dissing Cassper's parents during the rant. He, however, came to his senses and later apologised for his rude social media rant.

Mufasa emphasised that he would never forgive AKA for dragging his parents into their beef.

On the match contract that Supa Mega mentioned on social media, Cassper responded:

"Well, as far as contracts are concerned, there's nothing confirmed yet."

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He warned people who think he is scared of getting into the ring with AKA:

"From the bottom of my heart, there's something that I want everyone to know , I'm not against getting into the ring. Boxing is a sport, I'm very competitive and I don't think that there's anything that he can beat me at."

He said he didn't engage AKA on Twitter because of respect for his businesses and sponsorship deals.

"When everything was happening it was crazy on Twitter. As much as I wanted to engage, I couldn't because I had to tread carefully."

He explained that he is glad that AKA's Twitter rant happened.

"The first time it happened was when Barcelona played Sundowns. He said it to my face. I almost fought but my manager held me. I was happy when everyone got to see why I was wilding up that day."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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