- There has been a confusion on social media as to why Tweezy isn't in the Amademoni video
- Cassper Nyovest features Tweezy on the hook of the hit single
- Cass and Tweezy have explained that the Covid-19 pandemic messed up their video plans
The visuals for Cassper Nyovest's smash hit Amademoni featuring Tweezy have dropped.
Briefly.co.za has gathered that the video has been viewed over 203 000 times on YouTube since it dropped on 1 May.
Confused fans of both the artists have taken to social media to ask why Tweezy is not in the video.
Tweezy, who is known for producing hip-hop bangers, also did the hook on Amademoni.
Both the artists have taken to social media to explain to their fans why Tweezy doesn't feature prominently on the vid.
Cassper has explained that they were not able to shoot the video together because of Mzansi's lockdown regulations aimed at curbing the spread of the virus.
Cassper told a fan on Twitter:
"We tried to get visuals from him but a few people let him down. Tried to make a plan but we couldn't cause of lockdown. @TweezyZA can confirm the story."
The video features compilations of mostly Cassper's performances, including a cameo from rapper J Cole, a portrait of HHP and a brief appearance from Tweezy.
Tweezy has been pushing the video on his timeline regardless of what happened.
Another fan asked why he is not part of the video and he replied:
Upon seeing that more fans were inquiring about why he isn't featured on the video, Tweezy added:
"Lockdown really messed up plans of Cass and I sharing the glory together on the video, but it’s a first of many so we ain’t bugging too much."
Briefly.co.za reported that the Amademoni video smashed 100k views in 24 hours.
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