- Cassper Nyovest ruffled feathers when he took to Twitter and explained that he is happy he dropped out of school
- Twitter user's called him irresponsible for posting that online as some of his younger followers might drop out
- Cassper explained that he did not listen to other people and followed his dreams and urged his fans to follow their hearts
Cassper Nyovest's recent post that he would never had been famous if he had staying in school and gotten a job.
Twitter users took exception to this and dragged the famous rapper saying that it was irresponsible of him to do that and some of his younger fans might ditch school.
Cassper's main point was that he didn't listen to people who advised him not to dropout and told his followers not to listen to people and that if you do and their advice does not pan out, they will blame you.
“If I listened to people I would be stuck at home with a job I hate cause that's what they told me when I was young. They told me I should go to school cause I wouldn't make it. Go to school, get a job, they said. You know what I said? Watch me do it! By God's grace, we here!” he said.
Here are some responses from tweeps to Cassper's post:
"What worked for Cassper... Won't work for the next person... Someone needs to go to school... Pass engineering so that he/she can shapa you ka the best stage... Next time when you doing fill up... Ntoni ntoni."
"You missed the point. The point is that I believed in my dream and did what I had to do. If you're trying to be an engineer then you have to go to school, that's what you have to do."
"Not everyone who decided not to drop out like U is stuck at "home" with jobs they hate - there's plenty of success stories. Stop using the "Law of Exception" (in yo case) & "Equivocation Fallacy" to devalue the importance of education esp with yo youth following. Irresponsible!"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that 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)."
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