Boity fans bringing up Cassper 5 years after breakup: "Things change"

Boity fans bringing up Cassper 5 years after breakup: "Things change"

- Mzansi rappers Boity and Cassper Nyovest broke up five years ago

- The former celebrity couple's fans still ask them about their relationship whenever they get a chance

- Boity said it used to annoy her back then but it has now become part of her life

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Rappers Boity Thulo and Cassper Nyovest broke up five years ago.

However, fans of the two currently happening rappers in Mzansi's hip-hop industry don't seem to be over the relationship.

They often take chances to ask the celebrities about their break-up whenever they get the chance.

Boity had an informal Q&A session with her fans online and as usual, Cassper's name popped up.

The Bakae hitmaker had to answer some serious questions from fans who wanted to know what's happening with their former favourite couple.

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One social media user, @Mandkie_M, asked:

"Doesn’t it annoy you when they bring his name up every time?"

The Own Your Throne star replied:

"Used to back then but five years later, it’s become a norm."

Another fan, @CKhohlooa, asked Boity: "Would you say you guys still maintain the same level of friendship and understanding you had before getting back together then?"

She replied:

"Nah. Things change. Life happens. We still cool, though."

Tweep, @GivenNetsiandaa, wanted to know whether Boity was a year older than Mufasa when they dated.

The star said:

"We’re both 1990."

The former celebrity couple was in an on-and-off relationship before they called it quits for good five years ago.

Briefly.co.za has recently reported that Cassper wants to be a billionaire one day. The Good For That hitmaker was motivated by the news that influential US rapper Kanye West has reached billionaire status.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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