- Idols SA Season 16 is set to premiere on Sunday, 2 August and Cassper Nyovest will be the first guest judge
- Making the announcement on social media, Cass let fans know he will be bringing the heat
- As Cassper also stated that he won't be using autotune, fans automatically thought he was taking a stab at AKA
Cassper Nyovest feels pretty proud to be the first guest judge on Idols South Africa Season 16. Cass is ready to let the world see his judging skills in action.
Idols is one of Mzansi’s most-loved reality TV singing shows. From the bloopers to the ultimate winner, the people of Mzansi thrive off it.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Idols SA Season 16 is set to premier on Sunday, 2 August. The coronavirus ain’t stopping the people of Mzansi from getting their shot at being the next SA Idol.
Idols has been back in production for a couple of weeks now and are finally ready to air. Somizi Mhlongo, along with other judges, is ready to make the magic happen.
Taking to social media, Cassper expressed his excitement over being the first guest judge and let his fans know that he is ready to rock it.
“'I’m on Idols this Sunday!!! Singing without autotune!!! Yall better watch this!!! #IdolsSA”
The autotune line caught people’s attention more than anything else did, much to Cassper’s discontent. Peeps automatically jumped to the conclusion that Cass was dissing AKA.
Social media could not help but point it out and make direct reference to AKA on Cassper’s behalf. Gahahaha, this beefing is just too much.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cassper Nyovest knows talent when he hears it. He recently came across a singer with an amazing voice and charisma.
However, the singer does not look like the polished faces we see on Instagram and Twitter, and if it wasn't for Cassper he may never have been discovered.
Cassper was blown away, when he first saw the video he thought it was going to be cringe-worthy but soon he was left astonished.
“I really thought I was gonna laugh throughout this video but that voice blew me away and I ended up just watching in awe. Wow!”
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