Zingah apologises to Cassper Nyovest for not having his back

Zingah apologises to Cassper Nyovest for not having his back

- Zingah felt some type of way after Cassper Nyovest called artists out for not having had his back

- Cassper is constantly being shaded and is hardly ever the one doing the shading, yet no one ever has his back

- Zingah took to social media to apologise to Cass for not being there when he should have

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Zingah saw a post made by Cassper Nyovest that left him feeling some type of way.

Sometimes in moments of rage we say things we do not actually mean which make us feel really awful after we calm down.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Zingah, formerly known as Smashis, was taken aback by a status Cassper posted on social media where he called a bunch of artists out for skipping on him.

Cassper is constantly getting shade thrown at him, especially by AKA, and he is over it.

There is no denying Cassper is one of the nicest and most level-headed artists in the game, but that doesn’t give people the right to attack him whenever they feel like it.

From AKA to Emtee to Riky Rick, Cassper has been through the pits with them all and never once has he stooped to their level.

Cassper is always there for his fellow rappers but hardly anyone had his back when AKA was ripping his parents, and he made it known.

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It is not cool to always be there for everyone and when it comes to the time when you need peeps and there you find yourself standing alone.

After seeing Cassper’s rant on social media, calling fellow artists and so-called friends out for not having his back, Zingah felt a bit guilty.

Zingah feels that he probably could have backed Cassper up, just like a lot of others could have too, and he is sorry he didn’t.

Taking to social media to show Cass his sincerity, Zingah publicly apologised to Cassper for not being there.

"Somebody tell Cassper I said I’m sorry."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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