- Cassper Nyovest took to social media to share his thoughts on the issues of gender-based violence and human trafficking
- The rapper responded to a tweet about a missing girl and lamented the sad state of safety of women and children
- Cass also slammed the police force for being more concerned with the alcohol ban than dealing with people suffering from abuse
Cassper Nyovest has often shared his thoughts and opinions on social media and it seems 2021 will be no different.
The rapper's most recent take was one about the current crisis of gender-based violence and human trafficking in South Africa. Cass was replying to a tweet about a young girl who had gone missing when he offered his thoughts on the situation.
Cassper wrote that he recognised what a dangerous place South Africa is for women and children and then he slammed the police force for their efforts.
Mufasa said that he disagreed with the heavy police presence enforcing the Lockdown alcohol ban and thought that the force should be used to combat the abuse being suffered by women and children.
Cass felt that there were many SAPS personnel around but that they were too focused on finding people selling and transporting alcohol instead of arresting perpetrators of abuse.
In previous Cassper-related news, Briefly.co.za reported on how the rapper revealed that his plans for a private studio had been delayed and were stressing him out.
Cassper Nyovest recently revealed that his intentions of having his own private studio built were good but that executing them was proving to be more difficult than he thought. The Any Minute Now rapper was answering questions from fans on social media when someone posed a question about how Cass's studio was coming along.
The fan asked about the progress and Cass lamented about how he'd already spent money on the project and had to start over from scratch. He admitted that it was causing him stress and that he'd already spent almost R500 000 on the building process.
The question was posed by Twitter user @yourboykingGee who wrote:
"@casspernyovest Fave, how's the studio building going... if I may ask?"
Of all the replies Mufasa had been giving during his social media session, that question required the longest one. Cass gave an explanation as to how the studio's building had not gone as planned:
"Dawg. The saddest part of my life. Paid dude 120k for sound proofing that didn't work. Had 2 break the shit down again & get another guy 2 start from scratch from a floating floor to a room in a room. Another 275k just on sound proofing. I still need to do the acoustics. Stress!"
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