- Cassper Nyovest does not mind what people think of him but what matters is how the industry tells his story
- The rapper wants his detractors to put some respect on his name
- The Good For That hitmaker claims he did not come into the industry and rap but he changed the game forever
Cassper Nyovest has made it clear that he will not tolerate people who disrespect his legacy especially his detractors in the music industry.
The rapper said it doesn't matter what peeps think of him but how the industry tries to tell his story matters the most.
The Good For That hitmaker responded to a fan, @nelsonkatleho, who asked him whether it mattered how people viewed him:
"It doesn't matter what people think of me but what the industry tries to push and how they tell my story does. I won't let them distort it while I'm alive. I will make sure I fight for my legacy. Cassper Nyovest isn't just another dude who rapped. I changed the game forever!!!."
When one tweep,@DavidKhaba, told Cass that he was not yet considered one of the top five artists in Mzansi, the rapper lost it.
Mufasa reiterated that the industry should "put some respect" on his name.
"One day!!! Maybe not today but one day, y'all will finally admit that it's just not the same thing!!! Ya'll will give me my respect!!! Not only for the music and the catalogue being second to none but also for what we have done to the music business!!! Put some respect on my name!!!"
Cass dealt with haters with some class just a few days ago when #CassperFinallyRetires trended for no reason. A bunch of haters and detractors decided to say that Cassper makes whack music and should retire.
He ignored all the hate and focused on responding to his loyal fans.
Briefly.co.za has reported that Cass said he is not only good when it comes to writing lyrics and spitting bars - he can also produce beats. Cassper revealed this during a social media interaction with another Mzansi star, DJ Jawz.
The star said he is the one who produced the beat to rapper Khuli Chana's song titled Basadi.
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