- Cassper Nyovest took to Twitter to confirm that the merchandise for his latest album had sold out in just 20 minutes
- The Any Minute Now merch was a big hit with Cassper's followers and they clearly couldn't wait to get their hands on it
- Some thought the higher price point might deter buyers but the fans proved their dedication and bought it all
Cassper Nyovest's latest album, Any Minute Now, has reportedly sold out all its merch in just 20 minutes. The rapper took to Twitter to tell his fans he was receiving screenshots of the merch site saying the content was all sold out.
SAHipHopMag.co.za reported that people were initially sceptical about the merchandise, with some saying it was too expensive. The products are hoodies and T-shirts in black, grey and white with the Any Minute Now cover decal on the chest. The prices of the clothes range from R399 to R899.
Despite the cost, Cassper's fans were only too excited to get their hands on the products and had the rapper saying he couldn't believe how quickly everything sold out.
Cassper couldn't believe the good news and went onto Twitter to check with fans. His loyal followers decided to prove their support with screenshots of their purchases, with some saying they didn't even care how much the merch was and that they simply had to have it.
Linda Mtoba took to social media to share a special moment with her fans and followers. The proud mother posted a series of photographs of the party she threw for her baby girl. The set-up was a tea party that was themed as the 100-acre wood from the Winnie-the-Pooh novels. Linda's baby Bean was dressed up as Winnie and surrounded by décor that fit with the theme. From the stunning cake to the table settings and treats, there was nothing not thought of.
The proud mama mentioned in her caption how grateful she was to all those who helped pull the day off and make it such a success. Linda also made sure her special guests didn't go home empty-handed as she posted a picture of the jam-packed party packs.
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