- Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest recently showed off his proudly local clothing
- The Gusheshe hitmaker wore a Rich Mnisi sweater along with Drip sneakers and looked amazing
- His fans could not get over his fresh looks and praised him for supporting black business
Cassper Nyovest is all about supporting local goods. He recently took to social media to show off his lekker and local garments.
The rapper was draped in Rich Mnisi and Drip footwear. Taking to Instagram, he showed off his look along with the caption:
“Proudly South African."
Social media users were impressed that he supported South African brands so proudly. Instagram user mashigotsholofelo6 said:
"Stand up South Africa! I love your hard work Mr. Thanks for being South African."
"Man you're living good."
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cassper Nyovest used to call himself "sexy chubby" when he was not into gym and had no six-pack to show off a few years back. The rapper recently took to social media to share that "big boy Nyovie" is making a comeback this summer.
The Amademoni hitmaker had seemingly been eating a lot while the country was still on the stricter levels of the Covid-19 lockdown. Mufasa shared a snap of himself looking chubby on both his Instagram and Twitter accounts. In the pic, it's clear to see that he has gained some weight.
The star also shared on Twitter that he'll be rocking his chubby version during the festive season. He's definitely embracing his new body.
"Sexy chubby making a comeback this summer. Big boy Nyovie!!!"
Cass dropped his chart-topping album titled Any Minute Now a few weeks ago. He's also getting ready to perform some of his hits live for his fans in the sunny festive season.
Cassper's fans have shared that they were loving the bigger Cassper. Some of his "chubby" fans told him that he's not loyal to them. Check out some of their comments below:
"Wena hau loyal next month you’ll be flexing your six-pack."
"All the hard work wasted bro... Now you gotta bust your butt getting there again."
"Gaining some daddy weight, it comes with the son."
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