- Cassper Nyovest recently sat down with Slikour to reveal the reason why Black Coffee was his inspiration
- The rapper shared that he was blown away by the fact the Black Coffee gets to chat with Jay Z and Drake
- The impressed Mzansi muso said that he felt inspired by how far Black Coffee has come
Cassper Nyovest recently revealed just how much of a grootman Black Coffee really is. The rapper shared that Black Coffee frequently texts with the two international superstars, Jay Z and Drake.
Speaking to Slikour in an interview, Cassper gushed about how inspired he is by Black Coffee. The rapper excitedly explained the reasons behind his inspiration:
“The same way I showed you WhatsApp conversation with Anthony Hamilton, Black Coffee showed me conversations with Drake. He was like, “I was talking to Drake…”, I’m like “Whaaat the f*ck?” "
Cassper even joked about how he wanted to send a voice note of himself rapping to Drake.
He added that he even saw conversations between Coffee and Jay Z.
"He showed me texts with Jay-Z the other day. He was talking to Jay-Z and Jay-Z was asking him where is he in the world, imagine. Imagine getting a text from Jigga saying ‘Yo man, I don’t even know where you’re in the world but I’m tryna do this’ and I’m like yho!”
We are all like 'yho!' Cassper.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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.
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