- Cassper Nyovest has always been transparent about the fact that he never finished school, however, he has never said it was the right thing to do
- Dropping some truth, Cass told a fan that starting a business is easier these days than finding a job, and that's why finding a job is such a big thing
- He also made it clear that he is proud of what he has despite what he doesn't, but that doesn't mean not having an education is the key to automatic success
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Cassper Nyovest dropped some truth bombs that may have been taken a little too literally. Kids, you need to stay in school!
Things are extremely tough and demotivating at the moment but that doesn’t warrant everyone giving up.
Briefly.co.za knows how Cassper’s lack of matric has often been misinterpreted as the key to success, but that is most certainly not the case.
While Cassper has made a huge success of himself without a matric, that doesn’t mean it is the reason he is successful.
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Cassper believes people finding a job is a big hoo-ha because finding a job is next to impossible, whereas starting a business isn’t all that difficult if you just do it.
Running a business and making it successful is where the real challenge lies.
“That's cause finding a job is harder than starting a business. Anyone can register a business. Running a business and getting it to be self sustainable is something else. That requires time and effort.”
Getting shaded for promoting his lack of education, Cass calmly reiterated that that is never what he was saying.
Cass is proud of what he has despite of what he doesn’t as many told him he would never amount to anything.
“I don't even have to say none of that any more. They know! It's all fun and well when they come at me and rub my background in my face but when I celebrate what I made of myself regardless of not having a matric, rich parents, a job, degree, etc. Then I'm too flashy,” he said.
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