- Cassper Nyovest and AKA have had years-long beef that many fans felt would be settled after their infamous boxing match
- The showdown was hyped online by both rappers and became a point of fascination for many fans keeping occupied during the pandemic
- Mzansi Hip-Hop enthusiasts are now tired of the build-up and have become sceptical as to whether the fight will ever happen
Cassper Nyovest and AKA's boxing match has been hyped up for so long that many fans have tapped out and decided that it will never actually be happening.
South African Hip-Hop fans are getting a little exhausted from the constant build-up about the supposed match and have become sceptical that the showdown is going to amount to anything more than Twitter beef.
There was a recent development where both rappers had mentioned that contracts had been signed and that an actual event was going to take place.
But whether it was due to contractual issues or something to do with the Covid-19 pandemic, it's beginning to seem like the highlyanticipated boxing match might never happen.
Fans who were excited have expressed how they will be disappointed if the match does not materialise since many thought watching the artists settle their well-documented beef would make for good entertainment.
Check out some of Mzansi's reactions below:
Briefly.co.za previously reported on Cassper Nyovest accusing AKA of lying about signing their boxing match contract.
Supa Mega took to Twitter recently and shared that he has signed the contract to their highly-anticipated fight aimed at settling their beef.
Mufasa took to Twitter a few days ago and disputed his arch-rival's claims about the contract. The hitmaker still insists that the papers have not been signed. He expressed that he would only believe AKA when he received the signed contract. Cass replied on the micro-blogging app:
"Lmao. That contract is going to go back into the drawer it's been chilling in nicely for months now. That guy doesn't want to fight. I'll believe it when the signed contract is handed in. For now, ima gonna go play Fifa with Carpo and speak gugugaga with my beautiful son."
Tweeps took to the rapper's comment section to share their thoughts on his post accusing AKA of lying to his fans on Twitter. Check out some of their comments below:
@chiefcebo_ wrote: "AKA is hungry, clubs and taverns are closed, he is struggling to make money with no bookings. Now he is trying all this."
@nhlakies said: "Show us YOUR signed contract, so we know for sure he's the one stalling!"
@Thutiso_ commented: "The one who initiated the fight must draft the contract, sign it and send it to the opponent... don't be lazy to think."
@MZEEY_M wrote: "But has SA hip hop really lost value to that level?? That rappers settle beefs in boxing rings than in booths?? Or I missed something?"
@ZuluMeta added: "Cassper iphi eyakho i contract that is signed, at least we saw his eyakho akaze siyibona but you claim that AKA is the one who has not signed."
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