- Cassper Nyovest took to Instagram to share that he had taken part in the #NokthulaGalaxyChallenge
- The rapper posted a video of himself and two friends dancing to Nokthula on a lawn and asked fans whose moves were best
- Fans and followers took to the comments to add their opinions and say that Cass and friends nailed it
Cassper Nyovest took to social media to post footage of himself and two friends dancing to and tagging #NokthulaGalaxyChallenge.
The rapper and his friends were videoed dancing on a lawn to the Nokthula track by Cassper Nyovest featuring Busiswa.
Cass then asked fans whose moves, of the three guys, they liked best and followers took to the comments to add their opinions of the footage.
Cassper's fans chose their faves of the three guys and complimented their moves:
@mokgwathikeks: "Lol spike is too much"
@canvaskelly: "This verse is so fire. I got man in the black"
@_angel.rams : "Ali killed it"
@ofrey23: "Hahaha vibess"
@tanakachopper: "Check the movers"
In other Cass-related news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on Cass spending over R32 000 on a baby stroller for his and Thobeka's little Khotso.
Cassper Nyovest is proving that he is bringing his own style and flair to his newly acquired dad-life. The rapper took to Twitter to post about the pram he recently purchased for little Khotso. Cassper showed off the stroller, which is a Cybex Priam x Jeremy Scott creation, and commented on how cool the contraption is.
The pram is all black with gold wings atop the little carriage. Jeremy Scott is the creative director of the fashion house Moschino and his collaboration on the stroller clearly adds to the price tag.
The pram retails from R32 000 here in South Africa, so the Any Minute Now hitmaker spared no expense when it came to his little guy's wheels.
Cassper captioned the photo: "My pride and Joy. Lil man ridding around in a pram designed by @ITSJEREMYSCOTT. How dope ?"
After seeing the post and how much the pram costs, social media blew up. People feel it is totally unnecessary for Cassper to have spent so much on a pram when some people’s cars don’t even cost that much.
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