Cassper Nyovest and Nadia Nakai caught on camera arguing in studio

Cassper Nyovest and Nadia Nakai caught on camera arguing in studio

- Nadia Nakai has suggested that she's the last artist to be called for a feature on Cassper Nyovest's upcoming album

- The stunner shared pics on social media where she and her boss were arguing in studio

- Cassper's much-anticipated album titled Any Minute Now is expected to drop on 11 September

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Cassper Nyovest and his signee Nadia Nakai are in studio cooking new music that will be featured on Cassper's upcoming album titled Any Minute Now (AMN).

The two stars are already arguing but "for a good cause". Nadia shared pics of herself and her boss having one of those arguments in studio. The 40 Bars hitmaker suggested that she was the last artist to be called for a feature on AMN because they always argue about something when together.

In one of the snaps, Nadia even throws her hands in the air during the heated debate. Bragga captioned the post:

"We already fighting!!! I think that’s why I was called as the last feature on #AMN!"

Mufasa responded to Nadia's post:

"Hahaha Jabu is evil for these pictures!!! #AMN gone be lit doe!!! You know I always fight for a good cause!!! I gadda have you at your best lil sis!!! Aye but today was hard I won't lie but we pulled through!!!

Cass has already worked with artists such as Zola 7, Busiswa and Samthing Soweto. Their songs will be on AMN.

Cassper Nyovest and Nadia Nakai caught on camera arguing in studio

Cassper Nyovest and Nadia Nakai were caught on camera arguing in studio. Image: @casspernyovest/Instagram @nadianakai/Instagram
Source: Instagram

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In other Cass news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper took to social media to let peeps know that they will have to listen to his upcoming album for a couple of months before they can share their views about it on social media. He warned peeps that if they don't have time on their hands, they should not play the project. Mufasa has been using Twitter to promote the album.

"If you don’t have time on your hands, please don’t play this album… This aint a fast listen!!! This is a project you need to sit on for a couple of months before you come on the socials to talk about your experience with the music. Those 2 hour reviews are for the birds!!! #AMN."

His followers shared mixed reactions to his post. Some felt that the album might not be great as he has been pushing it. One tweep, @Popsupersta commented:

"Hilarious. So if I don't like it, it won't be because it is bad, it'll be because I didn't listen to it correctly? Very smart, you must join the ANC."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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