- Cassper Nyovest has hilariously responded to a video of a "booty" he was tagged in on Twitter
- Cass said he only responded to the clip because of his song that as playing in the background
- Most tweeps didn't believe Cassper's response as most of them assumed that he also saw the "booty" of the young lady who was trying to fit in her jeans
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Cassper Nyovest has responded hilariously to a video of a "booty" that he was tagged in on social media. In the short video, a young lady shows off her "booty" while trying to fit in her grey pair of jeans.
Tweeps flooded the Amademoni hitmaker's comment section after he reacted to the short clip and retweeted it. In justifying his actions, the new father said he was only trying to promote his song that was playing in the background. Cass said:
"I'm here for the song playing in the background only. I don't wanna get in trouble please."
The track that was playing in the footage is taken of Mufasa's newly-released album Cass' baby mama Thobeka Majozi recently gave birth to Khotso and he made it clear on Twitter that he was not looking for any trouble.
However, Mzansi tweeps don't believe that he only listened to the track that was playing in the background when he opened the post. Check out some of their comments below:
"I like the way you explain yourself out of respect for your girlfriend."
"Just the song?"
"How did you know that song was playing in the background?"
"Lol, it’s a great song. We demand a longer video so that we can hear the whole song."
"Lies, that peach was the first thing you saw before hearing the ultimate fave 'Friday Night'."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA took to social media to announce that his upcoming project is ready for release. Supa Mega shared that Bhovamania has been mixed and mastered. He shared that he only thing that's left now is just a release date.
The Fela In Versace hitmaker has been using social media to let his fans in on the latest developments in relation to the album. AKA is expected to drop the highly-anticipated EP just in time for festive season. His fans have been urging him to drop the project soon because his arch-rival Cassper Nyovest has already dropped an album. Mufasa dropped Any Minute Now on 11 September. AKA tweeted on Monday, 28 September:
"The project is complete. Mixed. Mastered. Everything. All that I need now is our release date."
The musician's fans have taken to his comment section to encourage him to drop the project next month because they're now "tired" of listening to Cassper's new album.
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