- Cassper Nyovest said that he does not see himself making music AKA and would rather "knock him out"
- The rapper says his "beef" with AKA is the reason why he is so successful
- Cassper insists that he could never be buddies with AKA and this also translates to him not being able to make music with him one day
If you follow South African Hip-Hop, it is no secret that Cassper Nyovest and AKA are rivals and do not like each other. Cassper opened up about his "beef" with AKA on the latest episode of Dinner at Somizi's, which aired on Friday 11 September 2020 the same day of the release of his latest album, Any Minute Now (AMN).
Somizi made a joke about Cassper making an album with AKA in 20 years and Cassper responded by saying that would never happen, but he does know that he will knock him out.
Cassper said about his rival AKA: "That is never gonna happen, when it comes to AKA I know him, he was my friend. Him and I could never be buddies and if I cant gel with you from that level then I can't make music with you. I see myself getting in the ring and knocking him out."
Cassper also attributed AKA's success to his beef with him, saying that it has forced them both to work harder because of the competition.
Their beef has continued for many years with even rapper Riky Rick coming out back in May, saying that their beef was exhausting for the rap game and needed to come to an end soon.
One of Cassper's fans tagged AKA in a tweet after the release of AMN, saying that Cassper was able to make a successful album without mentioning AKA.
AKA responded by saying: "Yet here you are mentioning me."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on how Cassper Nyovest was grateful for all the positive reviews of his new album. South African rapper Cassper Nyovest took to social media to show gratitude over the reviews his album received just within one day of its release.
Cassper's latest album Any Minute Now (AMN) was released yesterday 11 September 2020 and received many positive reviews from listeners.
Cassper shared on social media: "I won't lie to you and say I thought the album will be received with such amazing reviews first hand. I thought it would take a few months for people to realize how good the project was. This gives me confidence in good music again. I am very pleased. Thank you all #AnyMinuteNow"
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