- Cassper Nyovest wants more than R1 million to get in the ring with his rival enemy AKA
- It seems Cassper is ready to do damage but wants a price tag worthy of doing so, and R1 million is not going to cut it
- Fans feel Cassper is putting another stumbling block and that this fight is probably never going to happen
Cassper Nyovest turned down a R1 million deal to fight AKA. It seems that the highly anticipated fight has now been further postponed until a more enticing offer is put forward to Cassper.
Fans have been waiting for Cassper and AKA to set a date for what seems like the longest time. There, however, just seems to be more and more boulders in the way each time we think we are getting close.
A fan asked Cassper on social media if he would fight AKA for R1 million and Cassper refused the offer, claiming he needs a little bit more so that he can do the damage he needs to. Ishu, Cass went dirty!
“Nah but I would box with him for a lil bit more. Just so I could break his jaw.”
Fans took to the comment section to let Cassper know just what they thought of his response. Funny enough, many found Cassper’s remark amusing, but there were those who found it a little rough too.
Most don’t even believe the fight will ever happen.
“That "break his jaw" line came from a very violent place build over the years specifically by the subject in question. Conclusion.. there wont be no collabo fam only broken jaws”
“I think both of you should never have that fight. Y'all have kids to raise and not embarass!”
“Fans waiting for that fight:”
“Are we still gonna see y'all in the ring though”
“Clearly this beef shall not fade ey.”
Briefly.co.za recently reported that 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. At this point, it seems as the fight will never happen.
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.
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