- Cassper Nyovest got in touch with his Motswana roots for Heritage Day and showed it off on social media with great pride
- Wearing the traditional Tswana outfits fills Cassper with a sense of pride for his people that no music award could ever give him
- Taking to social media on Heritage Day, Cassper posted a picture of himself showing off his proud Tswana heritage
Cassper Nyovest got in touch with his Motswana roots for Heritage Day and shared a rather unexpected snap of himself wearing the very minimal traditional outfit of the Tswana people.
Heritage Day is a big day in South Africa as we live in a country filled with many different and strong cultures. Knowing your roots and respecting them is something that is very important to the people of Mzansi.
Briefly.co.za came across Cassper’s Heritage Day post and, like many, was a tad shook by his very revealing but beautifully cultured outfit.
Cassper is a proud Tswana man who never fails to keep in touch with his roots. Wearing the traditional Tswana outfits fills Cassper with a sense of pride for his people. No matter how famous he becomes, Casper will always stay true to what he believes is important, and culture is definitely one of those things.
Taking to social media on Heritage Day, Cassper posted a picture of himself showing off his proud Tswana heritage. Major Mzansi hip-hop star or not, Cassper will never forget where he and his ancestors came from.
“Happy heritage day. Nna ke motswana.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that it was Heritage Day and everyone was taking some time to appreciate the many beautiful cultures in Mzansi. DJ Zinhle and her baby girl Kairo also decided to join in on the festivities.
Zinhle shared an adorable video of Kairo doing a Zulu traditional dance. The adorable footage showed Kairo dressed in traditional attire while doing a Zulu dance known as ukugiya. The dance involves lifting a leg to the rhythm of a beating drum.
Kairo looked absolutely adorable in her Xhosa regalia and we are sure that Zinhle could not be more proud. We love to see it.
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