Cassper Nyovest blasts Nota Baloyi for bullying Zoocci Coke Dope

Cassper Nyovest blasts Nota Baloyi for bullying Zoocci Coke Dope

- Cassper Nyovest has blasted Nota Baloyi for body-shaming Zoocci Coke Dope for his skin condition

- Nota took to social media and dragged Zooci Coke Dope for his vitiligo condition, which angered Mufasa

- Cassper Nyovest shared that Nota Baloyi is disrespectful and disgusting

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Cassper Nyovest has blasted Nota Baloyi for bullying hip-hop producer Zooci Coke Dope. Nota, who is Kwesta's former manager, body shamed Zoocci for his vitiligo condition.

When Nota dragged Mufasa recently for allegedly having a bruised ego and being jealous of Focalistic's success, Zooci jumped in and told him to stop talking negatively about others.

Nota then reportedly told Zoocci to should wipe the "yogurt" off his face so he could hear him properly. Nota's response to the musician angered a lot of people including Mufasa. Vitiligo is a disease that causes loss of skin colour in patches.

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The Amademoni hitmaker took to Twitter and told Nota where to get off. Cass expressed that Nota was disrespectful, delusional and disgusting.

"Y'all created this monster. Disrespectful, delusional and disgusting. Y'all we tweeting 'NOTA appreciation tweet' cause he throwing shade on the ones y'all hated in private. Look now. SA hip hop. Your leaders. How can one stoop this low? This man is not okay upstairs, trust me."

Other Mzansi hip-hop heads took to Cassper's comment section to share their thoughts on his post. Check out some of their comments below:

@SyaInno wrote:

"Problem is you still giving him attention. Stop giving him attention and let him talk alone, such people get the confidence from attention, whether good or bad."

@Thebe9 said:

"Why did he say that? I thought hip hop is all about taking smack n diss... Y'all need to rest."

@Thabo_Maubane commented:

"There are people who have the vitiligo condition and suffer from self confidence often leading to depression. Talking smack in hip hop often involves attacking the character of the artists within the ambit of their rap career. This was just foul and distasteful."
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@prof_rsa added:

"He did not only insult Zoocci he insulted everyone who has that in the community. This is a shame, disgrace, a curse. He is acting like a teenager. I was disappointed a long time ago in him. I'm ashamed right now."
Cassper Nyovest blasts Nota Baloyi for bullying Zoocci Coke Dope

Cassper Nyovest blasted Nota Baloyi for bullying Zoocci Coke Dope. Image: @casspernyovest, @lavidanota
Source: Instagram

In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nota Baloyi took to social media recently and dragged one of Mzansi's biggest rappers Cassper Nyovest. Nota, who is Kwesta's former manager, shared that Mufasa has fallen and new kid on the block Focalistic has taken his position in the hip-hop scene.

Nota took to Instagram on Sunday, 3 January and shared a lengthy post about how the Amademoni hitmaker now thinks he is bigger than the Mzansi hip-hop movement.

"WE 'the SA Hip-hop' community came together to get Capper from the DOME to FNB and instead of him seeing how far we could get together, he instead wanted to act as if he got us there on his own, as though he didn’t need the Hip-hop community to progress in his career anymore. He thought he could do it without us."
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Nota claimed that Cassper Nyovest was now jealous because the hip-hop community is now behind Focalisic.

"He was wrong and now he’s watching the Hip-hop community get behind Focalistic and the rest of the new school, which makes him jealous, because he can’t stand not being the centre of attention. His fragile EGO is something he needs to deal with. You can’t help him. Don’t even try."

Social media users took to Nota's comment section and shared mixed reactions to his post.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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