- The beef between the two rappers AKA and Cassper Nyovest continues as Mufasa dissed AKA's biceps calling them "toothpicks"
- Cassper has been saying for a while now that he cannot wait to finally have his way with AKA
- Fans commented on the whole exchange on social media with some saying that Cassper shouldn't get carried away as his size is not a factor
Cassper Nyovest and AKA's beef seems to just be never-ending. Just a few days after Cassper said that he's been preparing to fight against the Run Jozi hitmaker, he's taken shots at him yet again. This time Cassper came at AKA's biceps.
Cassper has been convincing his fans that he's going to give AKA a real fight and he hasn't been mincing his words on social media lately.
It started when a fan, Twitter user @IAmIshmael_ posted a video of AKA lifting weights, tagging Cassper Nyovest:
"@Casspernyovest it's seems like the contract will be signed soon. The broer is getting ready to knock you out," said the Twitter user.
Cassper simply commented: "Lol, with those toothpicks? I'd love to see him try."
Social media users teased as they anticipated the long-awaited "boxing match" between the two rappers:
@TashaRadebe said: "Remember Big Show was twice the size of Floyd Maywether. But still got knocked out."
@Mfundo_Ncapayi said: "@casspernyovest He slapped you with those toothpicks twice if I'm not mistaken and you chose to be the bigger man. Ay nawe with this sudden confidence of yours."
@Mashaumunyai8La said: "Don't pull the 'victim card' when boss clap back!"
@Tumimashabela25 commented: "You should make him spin in the air with that ponytail."
Cassper even said that he can't wait to get the show on the road and instill some discipline into AKA.
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest is still preparing to fight against "lil man" AKA. Cassper Nyovest is serious about his boxing match with arch-rival AKA. Mufasa is still preparing for their highly-anticipated match even though he doesn't know when it will take place.
The Amademoni hitmaker took to Twitter on Tuesday, 24 November and shared a video of himself lifting weights. The rapper captioned the post:
"A slow comeback is better than no comeback. #TrainingForAKnockout #DontRunLilMan."
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