- Cassper Nyovest has shared that he's spending his money wisely amid the Covid-19 pandemic
- Cassper Nyovest told a fan that he cannot afford an elegant R4.6 million watch he posted earlier on
- Mufasa said he's watching how he spends his money because Mzansi is about to have another "tough 12 months"
Cassper Nyovest has shared that he is spending his money wisely amid the Covid-19 pandemic. A fan asked the rapper if he was about to spoil himself with an elegant R4.6 million wrist watch he posted on Twitter earlier on Wednesday, 27 March.
Mufasa told the tweep that he's very careful how he spends his money since the country went into lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The star shared that he cannot afford the watch made of white gold since the pandemic has had an effect on his income. The Amademoni hitmaker replied to the tweep:
"No ways dawg. I do not afford a 4 million rand watch. If anything I'm watching my money now. It's been a tough 12 months and we're about to have another tough 12 months. Ke #Charmaboy ka di looks fela for now (I'm charming with my looks only for now)."
Mufasa had earlier posted a screengrab of the luxurious watch and its price on his timeline. He shared that he has seen so many people rocking it.
"I've seen this watch on soooo many people. Ai, this means that ninjas are getting money mos. 4 bar? Le di #Charmaboy straight."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest is ready to become Mzansi's first hip-hop billionaire. The rapper shared that he is working on an exciting project that he expects to be ready by the first quarter of this year.
The Amademoni hitmaker did not get into much details about the "dope project" but shared that it's the first of its kind. He took to Twitter on Wednesday, 20 January and shared that the project is another step of becoming Mzansi's hip-hop billionaire.
"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!!!"
Apart from rap, Cass is a successful businessman who runs his own Family Tree record label and has worked with a lot of big South African and international brands.
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