- Cassper Nyovest has shared that he doesn't see the fight between him and arch-rival AKA happening anymore
- Cassper shared that the fight probably won't happen because of the lies and egos involves
- The rapper said he is now working on another project that will take him a step into the direction of becoming a billionaire
Cassper Nyovest has shared that he doesn't see his fight with AKA happening anymore. The rapper took to social media on Wednesday, 20 January and explained to a fan that the much-anticipated boxing match "probably won't happen".
The tweep had asked the Amademoni hitmaker when the match will take place. Mufasa shared on Twitter that there are too many lies and egos involved hence he doesn't see the bout happening. The star replied to the fan:
"To be honest, that fight probably won't happen. Too many cooks, lies, stunts, egos. At some point I thought we would come to an agreement but I don't see it happening anymore & I'm bored of going back and forth. I signed last year and signed again this week and dololo so ANDIZI!"
Mufasa later took to the micro-blogging app and revealed that he is working on a project that his fans can expect in the first quarter of 2020. He did not share much details about the project but only said it's the first of its kind. Cass added that he is tied of talking about the fight now.
"Enough about the fight, I know it's boring now. I got a dope project I'm working on. A first of its kind. Might be ready 1st quarter of the year. Another step into the direction of becoming South Africa's first Hip Hop Billionaire. We thinking outside the box. Super excited!!!"
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest recently accused 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 Amademoni 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."
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