- Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest has opened up about his Covid-19 journey
- Cassper revealed in a recent interview on the Ebro Show that he also tested positive for the coronavirus
- Cassper further said that he was unable to work for two weeks because he was in self-isolation
Cassper Nyovest has revealed that he also contracted Covid-19 some time back. The Amademoni rapper recently opened up about his coronavirus journey during an interview on an American show called the Ebro Show.
During the interview, Mufasa told Ebro about his own battle with Covid-19. He said he was not able to work for two weeks due to the complications from the virus.
"At first, it was just a scary part where we didn't know what's going on but we stayed home. And then I started training to prepare for this boxing match."
He said he was at the peak of his fitness when he contracted the disease.
"I contracted Covid-19 in a meeting and everybody was social distancing and doing everything that we were told to do. Somehow I caught it and if I wasn't called by the person who tested positive then I wouldn't have known."
Cass said he he had a "little headache" when he went to get himself tested for Covid-19. That's when he discovered that he was actually positive. He also had to quarantine himself for 14 days. The star expressed that the virus got challenging on the seventh day of his isolation.
"I had a hectic fever and my body was all over the place. I was hot and cold. Probably seven days later I was back running in the streets. First I was running I could feel that my chest wasn't okay. I didn't have all the symptoms and it's worse than just the flu. That's how it affected me personally."
Cassper Nyovest's fans took to Ebro's comment section to commend Cassper for giving them a great interview.
"Great interview, @casspernyovest is one of the greatest artists on our continent. Highly respected in West Africa."
"Enjoyed it... Wish it was longer!!!!! @casspernyovest stay goating."
"Great great interview."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Tweezy is over the moon after his smash hit with Cassper Nyovest titled Amademoni was recently certified gold. The hip-hop producer and rapper has opened up about how he had to fight his demons last year in order to get his life back together.
Tweezy recently took to Twitter to let Mzansi know that the success of the single and the gold plaque means so much more to him. The award-winning producer wrote:
"Coming from where I was just a year ago, this plaque is a representation of how hard I fought my demons to get my life back together as well as how God remains faithful regardless of our mistakes and inconsistencies. I fought depression and won."
The star, who also sings the chorus on the song, also shared that Amademoni has been streamed over 1.3 million times. Tweezy's fans have also shared their views on Tweezy's post. One stan @Philanimandosy wrote:
"I remember last year you were about to drop an album and you went quiet. Glad you came back even stronger."
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