- Cassper Nyovest has shared that he has achieved so much in his life because he is his own hype-man
- Cassper was responding to his Amademoni music producer Tweezy recently on Twitter
- Tweezy had asked tweeps if they celebrate their wins whether they are big or small
Cassper Nyovest has revealed that he is his own hype-man. The rapper took to Twitter recently to respond to Amademoni producer Tweezy.
Tweezy asked tweeps if they celebrate their achievements "whether it be a small or big achievement." Mufasa took to Tweezy's comment section and told him that he has achieved so much as a rapper because he is his biggest hype-man. The Amademoni hitmaker wrote:
"I do, I'm my biggest hypeman and honestly that's the only way. The world is hurt so nobody has anything positive to say about you. Why rely on a world full of trauma. The conversation in your mind is the most important. It has helped me so much. I did that!! I am a f**king legend!!"
Cass' fans also shared their thoughts on their fave's post. Check out some of the comments below:
"Yeah, I always congrats myself and tell myself to do more harder."
"The conversation on your mind is the most important... Mufasa Maaan!"
"Cass you always explaining and with big paragraphs. ALWAYS!!"
"I was actually telling a friend of mine the other day bro.... Every once in a while stop and smell the roses.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest has taken to social media to react to boxing legend Floyd Mayweather agreeing to fight YouTuber Logan Paul. The exhibition fight between Mayweather and Paul will take place on 20 February, 2021. Paul is an internet personality, actor and boxer.
Mufasa took to Twitter on Monday morning, 7 December to share his thoughts on the bout. The rapper believes that Mayweather is "silly" for agreeing to the boxing match. The Amademoni hitmaker wrote:
"Lol... Money May is silly for this."
Cass' fans have taken to his comment section to share their views on the fight. One tweep @real_tjay wrote:
"Mayweather doesn't seem to be using his money wisely, neither does he seem to have business acumen. He should be a billionaire and enjoying his retirement but instead he always has to come out retirement. The man made 300M in his last match, investing is key."
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