Cassper Nyovest laughs off accusations of him using ghostwriters

Cassper Nyovest laughs off accusations of him using ghostwriters

- Cassper Nyovest took to Twitter to respond to a tweep who alleged that the rapper uses ghostwriters for his music

- The Any Minute Now artist did not even entertain the idea and shut it down in one swift response

- Fans loved Cass's clapback and added their responses as well as liked the tweet over 500 times

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Cassper Nyovest was responding to fans on Twitter when one tweep accused him of not writing his own music and lyrics.

The rapper had been replying to fans' questions on the platform so saw the allegation and decided to respond to the confident commenter with a quick clapback.

Fans took Cass's side quickly and added their own takes about his music. They also liked the tweet more than 500 times in a show of support for the artist.

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Cassper Nyovest laughs off accusations of him using ghost writers

Cassper Nyovest took to Twitter to clap back at claims he uses ghostwriters. Source: Getty Images
Source: Getty Images

Cassper responded with a simple:

"Me? Ghostwriter? Kwaaaaa."

Some tweeps found humour in the allegation, specifically regarding a 'ghostwriter' and Cass's name being almost the same as the children's cartoon of 'Casper the Friendly Ghost'. One fan wrote:

@YN_Trent: "Cassper ghostwriter? Cassper IS the ghostwriter himself, cav the name."

In previous Cassper-related news, Briefly.co.za reported on the rapper declaring that he would no longer be engaging in petty internet arguments that waste his energy.

Cassper Nyovest is certainly one of the Mzansi celebs with an active online presence. The rapper is always tweeting out his take or announcing his news on the platform, so fans were not expecting his latest revelation. Cassper took to his account to say that he was over arguing with peeps online.

The hitmaker posted a series of tweets that implied that he had had enough of internet arguments and that he was done. He posted a meme to the same effect and said he would just start agreeing with haters for the sake of saving his own energy.

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Cassper's fans decided to take the opportunity to weigh in on what he said. Some thought Cass's statement was ironic and others decided to add their own take on the matter:

@_slim_mkg: "You always come up with things like this but do the opposite."
@kjmpiano: "This is self-preservation, so peaceful lmao."
@VusuJSkhosana: "I've been at it for so long, my life is so peaceful."
@masieC: "You've said this so many times."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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