- Cassper Nyovest took to social media recently to respond to a critic who said he's not relevant any more
- The hater said Cass should write songs about Mzansi politics and what's affecting the people of the country, just like J Cole and Kendrick Lamar in the US
- Cassper told the troll to go to sleep because he was clearly stressed by the Covid-19 pandemic
Cassper Nyovest has responded to a hater who claimed the rapper is not relevant any more. The troll took to Cassper's comment section and said his music doesn't appeal to him like it used to.
The critic asked Cass to start writing songs that address issues affecting South Africans, especially political issues.
Mufasa responded rather politely to the fan who was clearly coming for his head. Cass has been criticised a lot on social media and he now knows which battles to fight and which ones he should just ignore. Cass told the troll to get a good night's sleep in order to relieve Covid-19 stress. He replied:
"Good sleep my guy. You're clearly stressed. We all are, corona ke masepa."
Cassper Nyovest's fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on the hater's views about their fave. Check out some of their comments below:
"People should just keep it shut if they don't know and appreciate good music."
"Don't listen to them, us stans know that there is a message in your music and you do a lot behind the scenes."
"Fave, don't entertain all this negative vibe coming your way, it's always bound to happen when something big is coming your way... Can't wait for that Piano project and have a goodnight chief... cuddle with Simba and think about all the Egyptian cotton."
"People will never be satisfied @casspernyovest when you come with some deep thoughtful, intellectual staff, they’ll be wanting to make them move and dance, just do you my bra, musically I know you can do anything."
"People will always have something dumb to say."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest has responded to fans who are telling him that he's putting too much pressure on the youth of the country. Cassper is not shy about his achievements or possessions on social media and regularly shows them off.
The debate started when a social media user spoke about how broke people in their 20s are and Cassper joined in. Cassper said that 20-year-olds shouldn't be facing the unnecessary pressures of social media in their journey of life.
A fan then chimed in and commented that Cassper is the one who is giving the youth of Mzansi the pressure of trying to make it when he posts pictures of his Rolls Royce. Cassper then responded and told them the reason why he shares so much on social media.
"I post so you can be inspired, not to give kids pressure. I used to post when I had nothing. Mine is a journey, not a destination," he said.
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