- Cassper Nyovest took to Twitter to share his thoughts on Mzansi fans supporting local artists
- The rapper ranted about not understanding why people did not support him when he ventured into Amapiano
- Mzansi social media users weighed in on the matter with differing opinions on what Cassper said
Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest took to the Twitter timeline to express that he was unimpressed with South African music fans. Cassper had a short stint with the genre Amapiano and some people were just not sold on it.
Cassper decided to let the timeline know that it was time for fans to appreciate local artists. He was mostly unimpressed with the reception for his time in Amapiano.
"I tweet to teach but all they wanna do is reply and trend. If we could just learn how to appreciate our own authentic arists and sounds before they are exploited," said Cassper.
He went on to say: "We're gonna hear Drake on Amapiano soon and ya'll are gonna love it. Why ya'll got mad when I did it is just beyond me."
Mzansi social media users weighed in on the matter and Briefly.co.za put together a few reactions from the timeline:
@MulindaV01 said: "They are mad because they know they can't do what you do even if they want to."
@jaega_x commented: "Why box yourself in one genre, when you can do others if you can? Riky Rick does some piano songs but you mute on him."
@masela_kamogelo said: "The problem is that you tweet too much. If you can resist the urge to tweet all that you think, you will be less toxic."
@35hunnid4acoat commented: "Drake on Amapiano would sound so cool."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cassper Nyovest was dragged for calling Cyril Ramaphosa "dude". 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.
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