- Cassper Nyovest and Thobeka Majozi have their work cut out for them with their newborn, Khotso, at home
- The rapper took to Twitter to talk about the battles that happen at bedtime and getting his little cub to sleep
- Tweeps told the rapper that it's part of the job and that Khotso clearly gets his energy from his famous father
Cassper Nyovest is a new dad and clearly he couldn't be more proud, but he did get a taste of what parenthood can really be like when he was in charge of bedtime.
The rapper took to Twitter to tell fans of the struggles of getting a newborn to sleep that he's now experiencing first-hand.
Cassper and his partner, Thobeka Majozi, welcomed their baby boy in September, with Thobeka celebrating her own birthday soon after on 2 October. The AMN artist didn't want his partner to have to deal with bedtime on her birthday so he went in solo and said that little Simba really showed Mufasa who's boss.
The artist went on social media to express his difficulties at getting the little one to sleep, and said he "wanted to win this war on my own." Cass also posted a pic of a can of Play energy drink, saying that after he drank it for some extra energy he "soldiered on".
The artist was surprised that such a tiny baby could have so much energy and asked tweeps where the little guy could have gotten it from. Cassper had some other parents join the conversation in the comments, with lots saying Khotso gets his energy from his dad.
@MRNice_ZA: "It's baby Simba. He knows he's the next king."
@nontu2ko_xaba: "The apple didn't fall too far from the Family Tree."
@anointed_mo: "I'm 3 years in and it stays the same. Hwa nyewa."
In other Cassper-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Cass blowing his own trumpet as he trended on Twitter once again.
Mzansi tweeps started talking about Cassper and his "beef" with AKA, which is the celeb-conflict that just keeps on giving. This was after Supa Mega mentioned that he does not listen to Cassper's music and had actually not listened to a single one of his albums.
Fans jumped on the interaction but the Any Minute Now artist was clearly not phased about AKA or anyone else's opinion. Cassper tweeted, "I dropped an amazing album this year."
No matter what the chatter is online, he's not going to be swayed into worrying that his latest album isn't his best - as far as he's concerned, it is.
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