Cassper Nyovest says Twitter ain’t chilling with his vibes, he’s out

Cassper Nyovest says Twitter ain’t chilling with his vibes, he’s out

- Cassper Nyovest has decided to log out the drama that is Twitter, it's just become too much

- After getting dragged into a bunch of messes that aren't even his, Cass has decided to remove himself from the situation entirely

- Taking a break from Twitter, Cass will be using this time to focus on music

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Cassper Nyovest has decided it is time to take a little break from Twitter – the drama ain’t chilling with his vibes.

Social media can be a very stressful thing, especially when you are famous. A social media break is as good as a holiday.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Cassper took to his not so favourite social media platform to let his people know that he’ll be MIA for a bit.

Cassper has been getting pulled into a whole load of drama, mostly thanks to AKA, but if he didn’t have Twitter, they wouldn’t be able to drag him in.

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Knowing the relaxed and drama-free guy that Cass is, we totally get why he is opting out.

According to the Good For That rapper, he could go on a rant on social media for days but he would rather express himself and his emotions in his music as opposed to adding more fuel to the fire.

The rapper cited bad energy that has been constantly thrown his way as one of the reasons he’ll be taking a timeout. Cass prefers to use his time on music rather than drama.

“The energy here is off & I’ve got so much to say but I’d rather put it in the music so it doesn’t go to waste!!! On that note, lemme get off Twitter for a while. See you whenever I see you!!! Omong ena retla kopana ko The Dome inda boxing ring!!! O tle o di tsubile strong!!!”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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