Throwback: 8 years ago, rapper Cassper Nyovest was a huge AKA fan

Throwback: 8 years ago, rapper Cassper Nyovest was a huge AKA fan

- Rapper Cassper Nyovest used to be a big fan of AKA

- Mufasa even admitted via social media that there were not too many artists gifted with AKA's imagination

- Since blowing up, the two rappers have become arch-rivals

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Cassper Nyovest was once a huge fan of his arch-rival AKA.

The Good For That hitmaker has been exposed by one of AKA's fans who participated in the hashtag that has been trending for days, #StanLetterToAKA.

AKA's fans used the hashtag to write complimentary letters to the Fella In Versace hitmaker.

One of the fans decided to expose Cass with screengrabs of tweets dating back to 2010 and 2012.

In one of the tweets, Mufasa admits that he is such a fan of AKA.

"Hahaha.. AKA's imagination is wild!! Not to many artists with such a gift.. That's why I'm such a fan."

Throwback: 8 years ago, rapper Cassper Nyovest was a huge AKA fan

Rapper Cassper Nyovest was a huge AKA fan. Source: Twitter
Source: Twitter

Back in 2010, Cassper used to "love" AKA's energy.

Throwback: 8 years ago, rapper Cassper Nyovest was a huge AKA fan

Cassper Nyovest used to love AKA's energy. Source: Twitter
Source: Twitter

That was then before the two blew up and became superstars.

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The two Mzansi rappers have become arch-rivals and have even admitted that they'll never sort out their issues.

Briefly.co.za has reported that their ongoing feud of more than four years has reached a new level as AKA challenged Cassper to a boxing match. AKA went on a Twitter rant and challenged Mufasa to a match in order for them to settle their beef. He even went as far as dissing Cassper's parents during the rant.

When Cassper finally broke his silence on AKA's boxing challenge, he cited "wrong timing" and "approach" from his rival.

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

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

"Boxing is a sport, I'm very competitive and I don't think that there's anything that he can beat me at."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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