- Cassper Nyovest has been on Twitter to warn haters that their time is coming and to watch themselves
- The rapper was spurred to action after drama surrounding a vlogger who dissed Nasty C's girlfriend, Sammie Heavens, got attention
- Cass told tweeps that he sees a trend with disrespect but that there will come a time when the trolls get a physical reaction as well as an online one
Cassper Nyovest was on Twitter and setting the record straight about why there has been such a rise in online hate for the sake of 15 minutes of fake fame, and that peeps spewing it will finish in tears.
The rapper went on the app and warned the toxic haters that whatever game they were playing was not a good idea and may end up moving from online backlash to becoming physical in the streets.
Cass mentioned that he was seeing all the hate and people coming for celebrities with disrespect just so they could be a fleeting part of a conversation that, in reality, would quickly be forgotten.
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The tweets also came just after some recent drama in which a vlogger came for Nasty C's girlfriend, Sammie Heavens. The video circulated and it contained a relatively unknown vlogger hurling insults like "natural born failure" and "gold digger" at Sammie. Due to the nature of the comments, many fans jumped to Nasty and Sammie's defence, but that did add fuel to the fire.
Cassper responded to a tweet from a fan who told him he should be "immune to the haters" because of all the success he's had recently with becoming a dad and releasing a new album.
But Cass was not convinced. He said he has been seeing a trend of toxic online haters and he's "warning kids" about it.
Cass didn't threaten any specific trolls but rather warned them that if they continued on their path, that they would be getting:
"... punched in the face soon. Just watch!!!"
In other Cassper-related news, Briefly.co.za reported on another instance when Cass spoke out against online hate and came to Master KG's defence.
Cassper is not budging about calling out the trolls and snapped to aid the Jerusalema hitmaker after he came under fire from tweeps. Trolls were accusing KG of being some sort of groupie after the artist thanked some international celebs for listening to his song.
Cass came back saying that the hater should let KG enjoy his moment and that if he wanted to thank the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo for listening to Jerusalema, that he was perfectly within his rights. Cassper also said, more broadly, that we need to "let people enjoy their moments because you don't know what it took".
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