Cassper Nyovest claims he's helping the needy but doesn't show off

Cassper Nyovest claims he's helping the needy but doesn't show off

- Mzansi celebs have been doing their bit to help the less fortunate amid the coronavirus outbreak in the country

- They have been posting videos and pics of how they've been helping in the fight against the coronavirus

- Cassper Nyovest claims he has also been helping the less fortunate but he doesn't tweet about it

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Mzansi celebrities have been doing their bit to help the less fortunate amid the current coronavirus outbreak in the country.

They have been posting on social media how they are helping the needy cope with the frustrations that come with the current lockdown regulations.

Most of the celebs have been praised for their efforts after posting on social media.

Rapper Cassper Nyovest has not posted what he is doing to help which led to one tweep doubting whether he is helping the needy at all.

The Good For That hitmaker has claimed that he is also helping, but has decided not to tweet about it because people “don’t know” what they want.

"I'm also helping the less fortunate but I don't tweet it. I don't have to tweet it. Y'all don't know what y'all want. If someone posts pictures helping, y'all say they doing it for attention. When we don't post y'all think we are not helping. Mind your damn business!!!"

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Cassper’s fans have praised him for not posting when helping the less fortunate.

@ZizmanZizipho wrote:

"Thanks Sir Cass, well said. When you are helping the needy, leave the camera at home. I just helped homeless people. I didn't take a picture. To help the needy must not be a popularity contest. Do it with good intention. God will mark the register. You put him in his place."

@LesdyM1 wrote:

"I am strongly backing that up!!! Helping someone needs to come from the heart and let God see your great doings. You honestly don't need to advertise."

TogaFadzai commented:

"Yes, no need to tweet when celebrities help the less fortunate. Some of us are scared to be known as less fortunate because celebrities post us."

@QezuTshepo added:

"I don't usually agree with Cass but we appreciate your contributions without pictures."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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