- Cassper Nyovest recently expressed just how much he dislikes AKA during a recent interview
- While Cassper tries his best to stay out of the drama, when it comes to AKA, he just cannot shake the feels
- Cassper explained that he is not scared of AKA like many others are
Cassper Nyovest recently expressed just how much he dislikes AKA during a recent interview with Texx And The City. Cassper and AKA’s beef is no secrete and it is something that will clearly never be resolved.
While Cassper tries his best to stay out of the drama, when it comes to AKA, he just cannot shake the feels. Cassper openly admitted that he doesn’t like AKA.
“I don’t like that guy man.”
Speaking to Texx And The City, Mufasa opened up about his situation with AKA. Cassper explained that he is not scared of AKA like many others are and that he has no issue calling him out on his nonsense.
Cassper feels there is a lot that AKA does that is totally unnecessary and he gets away with it because people are scared of him for some reason.
“You’ll never see anyone in the industry confront him because they’re scared and I think I’m the only one who can tell him you know what, you’re not who you think you are, you’re a small boy.”
Cassper said that he has tried to smooth things over many times but AKA never manages to keep on the straight and narrow. Drama is not Cassper’s thing and AKA seems to live for it.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cassper and AKA are having a go at each other on social media again. The pair have been embroiled in rap beef since forever. They had eventually decided to settle it in a boxing ring, but now the pair are fighting about the actual fight.
AKA took to social media to share that Cassper was only tweeting about the boxing match because he wanted to promote his album. He then went on to say that there would be no fight happening this year.
Supa Mega posted:
“If people are really this eager it would have happened by now. Still no signed contract. Nothing. JUST TALK. Come on. F**k outta here. The fight is happening in 2020 but training is starting today? Come on. Let’s get serious here."
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Source: Briefly News