- Cassper Nyovest has promised to never do any kind of business in Durban again due to the city's "wild" politics
- Cassper was responding to a fan who asked DJ Sumbody why he doesn't open Ayepyep Lifestyle in Durban after he launched one in Cape Town
- It was reported some time ago that DJ Tira, who is an entertainment mogul in Durban, allegedly had beef with Cass over his #FillUpMosesMabhida concert
Cassper Nyovest has vowed to never conduct any kind of business in Durban again. The successful musician and businessman was responding to a fan who asked why DJ Sumbody and his partners don't open Ayepyep Lifestyle in Durban.
Cassper took to the fans comment section on Instagram and told him that he wouldn't advise his "boys" to open to conduct any business in Durban.
Instagram user anelezulu154 was reacting to a video of Cass that was posted by Sumbody on the app. Mufasa was a host when Sumbody opened his new Ayepyep Lifestyle in Cape Town during the long Easter weekend. He also has one in Pretoria. anelezulu154 asked:
"But guy’s why don’t you open one of your Ayepyep in Durban."
Cass was quick to react to his question. Mufasa wrote:
"@anelezulu154 lol.. The politics in Durban are wild. I wouldn't advise my boys to go there. I learnt my lesson the hard and sad way. Never doing anything there. I'll come when I'm booked."
Another fan brxxzydbn agreed with Cass. He wrote:
"@casspernyovest very true???? We as up and coming artist from Durban find it hard to blow cause the so called bosses are blocking us. There's no unity in Durban."
It was reported some time ago that Durban entertainment mogul DJ Tira had some beef with the Amademoni hitmaker over his #FillUpMosesMabhida concert.
Briefly.co.za reported in 2018 that DJ Tira had come out to set the record straight after hearing rumours that he had a score to settle with Cassper Nyovest ahead of his #FillUpMosesMabhida concert.
The gossip began when Makoya Bearings and Durban Tourism ended their partnership after he learned about the amount of money that was being used to fund Cassper’s concert.
The DJ wanted everyone to know that his issues did not lie with Cassper or his performance at the stadium, but it was with Durban Tourism instead.
Sumbody, who owns a few clubs in Pretoria, opened his new Ayepyep Lifestyle in Cape Town recently. Mzansi A-listers, including musicians and actors, were among the people who supported the businessman when he launched his new venture in the mother city.
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