- The back-and-forth between Cassper Nyovest and AKA continues as AKA slings new accusations
- The Fela In Versace rapper has shared screenshots to prove that Nyovest has been delaying the boxing match
- South African social media users seem over the pair and their bickering
AKA and Cassper Nyovest have been at each other’s throats over their scheduled boxing match. The pair have each accused one another of using delay tactics to chicken out of the fight.
AKA is the latest rapper to accuse Nyovest of ignoring his requests to get into the ring. Taking to Twitter, AKA posted the contract of the fight along with a screenshot of ignored messages allegedly sent to Cassper.
He captioned the post:
“The truth is, my team is literally paying this guy to fight me. So please, stop with the clown shit. Take the money and shut your mouth. “Sign this, has he signed, sign etc etc ... “ ... it’s all bullsh*t. I don’t like to do business like this but now it’s time to stop talking.”
Social media users have begun to feel a bit of fatigue over the back-and-forth. Twitter user YOLO_4_Real said:
“Real rappers/emcees settle their differences on the mic. THEY DROP BARS... BUT you two fools decide to wear boxing gloves and beat the shit out of each oth”
“I get what you're saying but you guys even got each other's numbers? You're even texting and stuff”
“I see the comments here and I’m really really surprised about how gullible some of you are guys... You telling me you cant tell aka came with a new contract that suits him and wants cass to sign without reading.. Come on.. This fight is fake”
“So kahle kahle you have cassper's cell number. Why am I starting to believe that you guys are secretly getting along and this beef is just to keep the fans busy”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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 highly-anticipated 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.
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