Cassper Nyovest opens up about his financial woes: "It's tough"

Cassper Nyovest opens up about his financial woes: "It's tough"

- Hip-hop artist Cassper Nyovest has opened up about financial difficulties amid the Covid-19 lockdown

- He was responding to a fan who had asked him to buy a new luxury car for his collection

- Cassper said he could barely afford to keep the cars he has, let alone buy a new one

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Rapper Cassper Nyovest is not immune to the economic destruction brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. After a fan asked him to buy another luxury car, the Gusheshe hitmaker quickly told him that he's barely able to keep the cars he already has.

Cassper went on to say that he was working hard to keep the assets he currently has but has made peace with the fact that something will have to go.

“My guy!!! It's tough!!! Life as an artist in these corona times is hard."
Cassper Nyovest opens up about his financial woes: "It's tough"

Cassper Nyovest said he can't afford new luxury cars and is barely able to keep the ones he has.
Source: Instagram

Social media users appreciated his honesty and humility in the unfortunate circumstances. Twitter user Isskyndlovu1 said:

"Well said king and one thing for sure we'll always be by your side no matter what."

ZweshB said:

"Tough times, just sold my ironing board, I will use my bed until..."

aubreyximba said:

"With God you will make it through Mufasa, stay focused my brother, as tough as it is."

KhombaYa_HaSadi said:

"I love your honesty!"

TheRealMncediC said:

"Black people celebrating another black person's downgrade. Stay consistent Mufasa, this too shall pass."

itumaribe said:

"Wa ntlatsa Cass. Maturity is when you begin to see things that way dawg. Hela jalo."

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Emtee opened up about his financial difficulties due to the money allegedly owed to him by his former record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment. The Roll Up hitmaker said he cannot even do giveaways or donate to good causes because of his money woes.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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