Scoop Makhathini says AKA and Cassper Nyovest "love" each other

Scoop Makhathini says AKA and Cassper Nyovest "love" each other

- Scoop Makhathini believes that arch-rivals Cassper Nyovest and AKA actually love and respect each other

- Scoop likened Mufasa and Supa Mega's awkward situation to that of a boyfriend and girlfriend

- Cass has confirmed on Metro FM that the boxing match between the two stars is definitely happening

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Scoop Makhathini has said that arch-rivals AKA and Cassper Nyovest love and respect each other.

The media personality believes that you can only hate someone so much when you've loved and respected them.

Scoop, real name Siyabonga Ngwekazi, likened Mufasa and Supa Mega's awkward relationship to that of a boyfriend and girlfriend.

Scoop and hip-hop DJs Speedsta, Ms Cosmo and Vigilante recently shared their views on the anticipated boxing match between the Amademoni and Fela In Versace hitmakers.

During their last POPcast, the co-hosts had different views on how the loser of the match would behave afterwards.

Vigilante seemed to think they would kiss and hug just like they did at Cassper's Fill Up after party some years ago.

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Scoop shared the same sentiments as Vigi and explained why that's possible.

"The thing is this, don’t get it twisted I’ll tell you right now, people at home… These guys love and respect one another. You can only hate someone this much when you’ve loved and respected them. It’s like boyfriend and girlfriend… You only allow someone to mess with you this much because they were so close to your heart." has reported that the boxing match between Mzansi rap heavweights is definitely happening. Cass confirmed this in an interview with DJ Speedsta on Metro FM.

AKA went on a Twitter rant in March this year aimed at trying to force Cassper to sign the boxing match contract.

Mega explained that they both stand to make between R5 million and R8 million each from the match.

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