- Cassper Nyovest has revealed that he would like to be a billionaire some day
- The rapper has expressed that he is not that rich as yet but the money he has made allows him to continue "balling" for now
- The Amademoni hitmaker was responding to a fan who is inspired by his success and his flamboyant lifestyle
Cassper Nyovest is not "rich rich" yet. The rapper took to social media to open up about how badly he wants to be a billionaire one day.
The Amademoni hitmaker was responding to a fan who asked him how he sleeps at night knowing that he is "rich rich". Cass said he is not as rich as he wants to be yet. The star said for now he is just "balling". Mufasa explained:
"I'm not Rich Rich yet. I'm just balling! Rich Rich is when you own a Jumbo Jet and you hire it out to rappers like me. One day, I'ma be a billionaire though!!!"
With his much-anticipated album Any Minute Now on the way and the hard word that Cass puts in, he is surely on his way to becoming a billionaire. Wealthy rappers such as Kanye West and Jay-Z started out with nothing but they are today counted among some of the world's high rollers.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Natasha Thahane took to social media to introduce her own production company called Thahane Media. The gorgeous actress shared snaps of her team seated around the table during one of their production meetings.
The Queen actress' fans took to her Twitter comment section to congratulate her after she shared the snaps. The stunner captioned her post:
"When the world doesn’t offer you a seat at the table, you can build your own."
Many young tweeps expressed that they look up to the star and she inspires them a lot. They praised her for going after her dreams and launching her own company at such a young age. One of her fans @aubrey80457984 wrote:
"Boss lady!!! I can't wait to see Thahane Media in full production! I wish you all the best Natasha. I can't wait to be entertained, you have my support all the way!! I am so excited for you Natasha. Boss lady leading from the front."
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