- Cassper Nyovest has revealed that he has a whopping 24 cases of Ciroc stashed away in his mansion
- The rapper revealed this after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that alcohol sales were banned with immediate effect on Sunday
- Cassper's fellow celebrity rap pals are already lining up to get a piece of Cassper's abundant and never-ending liquor supply
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Cassper Nyovest has revealed that he has a whopping 24 cases of hard liquor in his house.
Cassper made this announcement after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that alcohol sales had been banned with immediate effect from Sunday.
The star said that his 24 cases consist of 12 bottles of alcohol in each case.
As an ambassador for Ciroc, Cassper will definitely not be affected by the sales ban.
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He tweeted, "I have 24 cases of Ciroc in my house. A box holds 12 bottles by the way so do the maths - 12 times 24. My favourite song currently is No New Friends by Drake and his new friends. Leave me alone, bucko!"
Cassper's celebrity rap pals Zakwe and L'Tido already want a piece of his liquor action.
They both hilariously hinted that they hadn't seen Cass in a while and wouldn't mind coming by.
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That supply will definitely help drown Cassper's sorrows.
Briefly.co.za recently reported that his boxing match with AKA being delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic not allowing for social gatherings.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that King Monada was thrilled to see an entire family, right down to the baby, wearing his branded merchandise.
Huge fans of King Monada's made sure to prove that they have the muso's back.
A man, his wife and their two children wore Monada's gear to their family portrait photo shoot.
The house musician re-posted a picture of the family and made sure to show his appreciation for the awesome gesture.
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