- Cassper Nyovest has taken to social media to reveal that he would not be posting his wins anymore
- This is due to the fact that people are using witchcraft, according to the Bonginkosi hitmaker
- Mzansi social media users weighed in with their thoughts on his sudden change
Cassper Nyovest has warned his followers against sharing too much of their personal lives. The rapper cautioned that people use witchcraft. Taking to social media, the Gusheshe hitmaker revealed that he too has been keeping things more private.
Taking to Twitter he said:
"I'm learning how to enjoy my wins in private. This world is sooo crazy I be typing things that make me happy and I delete the tweet before posting cause yoh, BATHO BA LOYA GUYS!!!! Hehe!!! Protect your energy!!!"
A fan asked Cassper if he would ever share any good news, to which he responded:
"I will share some stuff but I need to be careful."
Some Twitter users seemed to take his announcement personally. Social media user freekany said:
"Master KG is doing what you failed to do in 7 years... you're just a local musician like Kaizer Chiefs is a local club."
"You can keep all the wins Cass in private but when it comes to plaques we wanna know Grootman."
Others fully agreed with Cassper's sentiments. Twitter user SyaNkutha said:
"Wise words from a wise guy."
"I feel like people will send you negative energy regardless of what you do or don't do. But that shouldn't be allowed to rob you from putting your happiness out there cause someone else will always need it. Oh and the haters, make them watch you win."
"Protect you energy at all cost Nyoveee, guide your vibe Chief, they loya through RT."
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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.
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.
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