- Cassper Nyovest is concerned about the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on entertainers' pockets
- The rapper took to social media to predict that a lot of artists would lose their homes and cars due to the ongoing lockdown restrictions
- Cassper implied that AKA would be one of them, but said that the same fate would not befall him as he is protected by God
Cassper Nyovest recently took to social media to predict the financial downfall of a lot of artists, himself excluded.
The star said that many artists would lose their homes and cars due to not being able to work during the coronavirus pandemic.
Cassper said, "Many people in our industry are going to lose their homes and their cars because nobody was prepared for a year with no income, and watch what the media (is going to) do with our stars. They are going to paint them as dumb people who never knew what to do with their riches. Mark my words."
When a fan made a mock headline about AKA not having any guap, Cassper agreed wholeheartedly that that's exactly what it would look like.
He said, "Bro, this is going to be a headline, exactly how you wrote it!"
But, don't make the mistake of lumping Cassper in with the artists who are set to lose it all.
The rapper said the same fate will not befall him because God's got him.
He wrote, "You talking to the wrong one, brother. I'm going to be good. Pray for your favourites, God's got me."
In other news, Briefly.co.za learnt that Lerato’s bae surprised her on her birthday with a gift she never saw coming. Mr Right covered her home in balloons and flowers, turning it into a real-life fairytale proposal.
Coming down the stairs and walking into this, we can only imagine what was going through Lerato’s mind. Lerato caught the whole moment on film, even the part where she first laid her eyes on a message that said: "Will You Marry Me Again."
This is what got peeps thinking that Lerato might be back with her shady ex-husband Thami Ndlala. While the moment was beautiful and fans were blown away, seeing the proposal note along with the personalized balloons with the surname Ndlala on them, the mood changed very quickly.
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