- Cassper Nyovest took to Instagram to post a picture that served as a moment of reflection about the success he's achieved up to now
- The Any Minute Now rapper posted a photo and caption that took a look at where he started and the point he's at presently
- Cassper's fans never miss an opportunity to talk up their fave and took to the comments section to reminisce with him
Cassper Nyovest took to social media to post a moment of reflection about his life, career and what he's managed to accomplish thus far.
The rapper posted a photo on Instagram and captioned it with a short but strong statement saying: "I came from nothing to something, they used to say that I'm ugly now they want to call me their husband."
The photo showed Cass performing on stage to emphasise the success he has managed to achieve and illustrate the following he has earned from fans.
Those same fans were not about to miss an opportunity to tell Cassper how much they admire him. Mufasa's social media followers took to the comments section to join Cass as he reminisced about where he started and how he'd achieved what he has now.
lebohangclenton: "You a King on the stage"
khanya_madolo: "I have nothing but respect for you, in the industry we saw you grow now you successful in front of our eyes made me start believing that dreams can still come through no matter what, just need to work hard and grind for your hustle"
mikemeeky33: "The face of SA hip-hop mufasa"
luyolothefirst: "Oh cass got bars thue"
tshepocollins: "Hard work and dedication took you far"
As if to embody the wealth and fame Cass has managed to garner, one fan noticed that the jacket he was wearing in the photo was designer and commented:
nassy_qeja: "I knew I had no place liking your jacket. It’s a entire BALMAIN"
In other celebrity-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the music video for Master KG's song Tshinada hitting 10 million views on YouTube and the videographer who shot the project taking to social media to share a story to celebrate.
The videographer, by the name of Jack Bohloko, took to Twitter to reveal how before Tshinada he was at a point in his life when he needed a win and reached out to artists to try and collaborate with them.
Bohloko then tweeted that the only artist to respond to his message was Master KG and that he couldn't believe he was talking to the actual star.
The tweets began by detailing how he reached out to the artists:
"...I reached out to several South African musicians, I sent a duplicate massage to more than 30 major artists in Mzansi......"
And continued by saying that he sent messages to over 30 major Mzansi artists but that the only one to reply was Master KG:
"Master KG was the ONLY artist that replied to my message on instagram"
Bohloko then described how he collaborated with the artist and how they began working on the concept for the video. From the thread that the videographer posted on Twitter, it sounds like KG is a really good guy.
Bohloko then ended with gratitude to the artist about giving him his shot and that KG's kindness is the reason he has found such success.
"You see the reason why this Video is so special to me is because Master Kg just gave me a chance to shoot his video when I was just No body with the small equipment I had in my home country Botswana, Months later God blessed him with making his smarsh a global hit"
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