Cassper Nyovest vents about hard times on social media: "Go thata"

Cassper Nyovest vents about hard times on social media: "Go thata"

- Cassper Nyovest is not having a good day and he took to social media user to make his thoughts known

- He posted a tweet talking about how hard things are but did not give any further details

- Mzansi social media users were quick to agree with him, blaming the pandemic and the cold front for their hardships

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Cassper Nyovest is going through the most. The father-to-be took to social media to express how hard things are. The muso did not specify what exactly was giving him grief, but Briefly.co.za previously learned that he has been suffering financially.

Cassper Nyovest vents about hard times on social media: "Go thatha"

Cassper Nyovest took to social media and shared his frustrations about the difficult times he's going through.
Source: Twitter

Cassper took to social media to vent his frustrations about his situation. In an explicit tweet, the Gusheshe hitmaker made it clear that times were hard. The post went viral on Twitter as social media users agreed with his sentiments. Twitter user Martha_KingM2 said:

"Nagana fighting poverty, Corona le winter cold fronts. Ntate Modimo please intervene."

NewtonSA9 said:

"Eish Ntate..."

Suhnnah said:

"Eix you can say that again!"

Itumeleng4u said:

"Ska buwa."

It seems 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 rapper quickly told him that he's barely able to keep the cars he already has.

Briefly.co.za reported that 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.

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Rapper Emtee also opened up about financial woes. Briefly.co.za learnt that the Roll Up hitmaker cannot even do giveaways or donate to good causes because of his money issues. A tweep had asked the star why he never does give-aways or donations on his timeline like other Mzansi celebs.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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