- Cassper Nyovest upset a number of people on the timeline when he referred to President Cyril Ramaphosa as "dude"
- The rapper said this after the president addressed the nation regarding the adjusted Level 3 lockdown
- Cassper said that the fact that Cyril Ramaphosa was crying on national television shows how genuine he is
Cassper Nyovest seems to be getting dragged a lot lately, just recently he was dragged for partying during the lockdown and now it's for calling the president "dude".
Cassper was dragged just after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the country would be heading into an "adjusted" Level 3 of lockdown on Monday evening. Cyril Ramaphosa announced a number of new regulations that would be coming with the new lockdown.
Like many other South Africans, Cassper took to social media to comment on the president's address to the nation. He also urged Mzansi citizens to stay safe during the pandemic.
"This dude looks like he is crying. Like I feel for him. This is genuine," wrote Cassper.
Cassper's comment received mixed reactions but a large number of people were bothered at how he referred to the president. Some felt that Cassper calling the president "dude" was just disrespectful.
@Cebisa_Mhayise said: "You call a president a dude. That's why Grade 12 is important. Don't attack me, I'm talking about matric."
@REALBUCKS1 commented: 'So Mr president ke Dude Cassper."
@queenlangelihle said: "Dude, hebanna a whole president."
@ThaboBhila commented: "Calling the president dude..."
@ngemaliciouse said: "Our president is a dude."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cassper Nyovest defended himself from accusations of hosting super spreader gigs. Cassper Nyovest has been dragged by social media users who felt that his hogs were responsible for the Covid-19 spike.
After the president addressed the nation and announced level 3 lockdown on Monday evening, Cass took to Twitter to air his concerns. He shared that perhaps people were not taking the regulations seriously thus leading to the increasing cases.
Social media users didn’t take kindly to his opinion. Some went as far as reminding him that he was hosting parties a few days prior.
Responding to the criticism, Cass said:
“My tweet literally says WE need to start thinking about how we moving. Kante what do you guys read? I am seeing fault in myself."
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