- Cassper Nyovest has paid tribute to a fallen fan by posting an image of them together on social media
- Fans were moved by the star's actions and praised him for really caring about his fans
- The post was flooded by messages of condolence for the fallen fan and support for Cassper
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Unfortunately, 2020 has not been a great year and social media has been flooded with messages of convalescences and July has been a particularly rough month.
Cassper Nyovest learned that one of his dearest fans had passed away. He shared an image of the two of them together and wished him well on his journey.
Briefly.co.za learned that he captioned the photo with the following:
"Rest easy young King."
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Social media users were moved by the post and shared messages of their own:
"Death be not proud. RIP fam."
"I love the manner in which Cassper recognizes his fans, you'd swear they were friends."
"His name is Mpho, he was a 2nd-year student at the University of Johannesburg. He had a car accident. He was such a cool guyRest easy Mpho❤"
"He did the same for my cousin after he passed away its a beautiful trait he has, his fans are like family."
"The reason why they say "he passed on", is to emphasize, if Cass wanted us to know what happened, he would've mentioned. So, it's upon us not to prey on him for more info."
"We're not entitled to knowing what was the cause of people's deaths (esp. those whom we're not related to)."
In other news, Briefly.co.za learned that Cassper Nyovest has been open about how the lockdown has dented his pocket. He has shared that due to the lack of gigs, he has had to let go of some things in order to stay financially afloat. He took to social media to encourage fellow artists to not be ashamed to cut down in order to make ends meet.
Cassper has been vocal on social media about the tough times he is experiencing. On Wednesday, Briefly.co.za reported that the rapper 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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