- Cassper Nyovest praised himself on social media saying he dropped an amazing album this year
- He tweeted this a few hours after AKA told a fan that he has never listened to any of Cassper's albums
- Social media users weighed in and discussed Cassper as he started to trend on Twitter
Cassper Nyovest has been trending once again on social media. Mzansi tweeps started talking about Cassper and his "beef" with AKA. This was after Supa Mega said he does not listen to Cassper's music.
After a fan suggested that AKA also loves Cassper, AKA rebuffed his statement:
"To be quite honest ... I’ve never listened to any of his albums. Like not even one," said AKA.
Cassper went on to blow his own trumpet and give himself praise a few hours later.
"I dropped an amazing album this year," he tweeted.
Social media users on Twitter weighed in on this as Cassper started trending shortly afterward.
@Bibo_George said: Once AKA starts trolling Cassper, you know he’s about to drop. So lame."
@JesusJunor said: "Say whatever you wanna say bout him but Cassper is living his dream life."
@MrHandsome_ZA decided to troll and said: "In case you're wondering why Cassper is trending, he has been attending night school to finish matric and apparently his passing with flying colours. All the pensioners in his class got nothing on him."
Cassper is clearly not phased by AKA and is more concerned about how he dropped a solid project this year.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that AKA excited fans with suggestions that he might have bagged a movie role. AKA just took to social media hinting that he might be extending his professional portfolio and adding acting to it.
The thought of Supa Mega becoming a movie star is something most never even considered. One fan asked AKA what else he has in store for this year, and aside from his new album drop, AKA hinted that there might be a little acting taking place in his future. Supa Mega is taking his celeb status to the next level.
“Obviously Bhovamania EP, Merch drop, new Cruz Flavor ... maybe a movie role.”
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