- Cassper Nyovest wants to be a billionaire one day
- His inspiration comes from the news that US rapper Kanye West has reached billionaire status
- Cassper says becoming a billionaire is not even about the money but proving to himself that he "can start from 0 to a billion".
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!
Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest is not as rich as he wants to be just yet.
The star has revealed that he wants to be a billionaire one day.
Cass' spark to be a billionaire was reignited by the past weekend's news that influential US rapper Kanye West had reached billionaire status.
In his latest song Good For That, Cassper raps "give me 20 billion cause I'm good for that". That song was released before the news about Kanye becoming a billionaire.
Now Mzansi knows that Cassper is really serious about what he raps about.
"I'm far from a billionaire man but I will be a billionaire one day. It's not even about the money. I'm about proving to myself that I can start from 0 to a billion. I'm sure it'll also inspire others but if I could just see it sit in the account I will be mind blown."
He urged his followers not to let the hard times get them down but to keep pushing until they reached their goals.
"Just a few years ago Kanye was frustrated, talking about how broke he was cause of the fashion industry & a lotta people were mocking him. Dude kept pushing against the grain and now he's the richest artist of all time. Don't ever let the hard times get you down. Get up and push!"
READ ALSO: Honest man returns over R500k he found in second-hand furniture
Mufasa's fans also encouraged him to chase his dream of becoming a billionaire.
"Yeah, definitely you are gonna be a billionaire, but you need your people in order to become one, especially when you are in this kind of industry, so be humble, your followers needs you and vice versa."
"I just love your humility bra, move forward with that mindset."
"Never allow someone to tell you that you cannot do it. Protect your goal at all cost. Mindset matters."
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!