Cassper still touched by Emtee not taking his calls for collaboration

Cassper still touched by Emtee not taking his calls for collaboration

- Cassper Nyovest recently opened up to Slikour during an Instagram Live interview

- The rapper said he still feels some type of way about Emtee ditching him when they were supposed to collab

- Cassper feels it's actions like that which stop the Mzansi hip hop industry from flourishing further

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Cassper Nyovest is still touched by Emtee ditching him at the last minute when they were supposed to collab.

Cassper told Slikour, in a recent Instagram Live interview, that Emtee didn't answer his phone on the day they were supposed to go into studio.

To make matters worse, Emtee was rude to him the next day when he asked the Roll Up hit-maker what happened.

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"I tried to reach out to Emtee, the day we were supposed to go to the studio he switched off his phone. I was like I know this one, that’s not gonna happen definitely. I was on the way to the studio and his phone was off. I know what that means…so I texted him in the morning, I thought he’d explain something but he was just like (f*** you). I was like it is what it is, keep it moving but I tried."

Cassper also admitted that his loud persona may offend some of his hip hop peers and said that some of them just plain don't like him.

The Amademoni rapper is saddened that petty beefs like this prevent the Mzansi hip hop industry from growing.

“I think that the idea that we have in our heads of South African hip hop being one thing where we’re all together like Nigerians, who stick together, is not going to happen. But we shining, people are making money, maybe that’s all that matters."

Cass also reached out to Emtee back in 2018, asking him to squash the beef for the sake of a collaboration - hopefully they'll be able to come together soon.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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