- Cassper Nyovest spoke about what he thinks about the rumours surrounding DJ Tira and his Fill Up concert
- Rumours have been swirling that DJ Tira might've been responsible for Cassper's Durban concert going south
- Cassper believes that everything happens for a reason and he is grateful for the lessons the experience taught him
Mzansi rapper Cassper Nyovest has had successful concerts in the past but his Fill Up stint in Durban wasn't the best. Speaking to Pearl Thusi on Behind The Story, Cassper opened up about the speculations that DJ Tira played a part in sabotaging his Durban concert.
Cassper said that he can't confirm anything unless he was a document that proved that Tira was involved in sabotaging his concert that night.
"All I know is that there was a lot of foul play and that I wasn't treated well. The people who are involved know the truth," said Cassper.
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Cassper opened up and said that he feels that he was not accepted by people he thought were his friends and that really hurt him. However, he also the light at the end of the tunnel.
"At the same time, it was one of the most beautiful experiences because I'm able to walk out of the stadium knowing that people like me," he said.
Even though he didn't confirm nor deny that DJ Tira was involved, he learned a valuable lesson in show business.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Cassper Nyovest gloated as his new track Angisho Guys topped charts. Cassper Nyovest’s latest track with Lady Du is trending at number one in Mzansi.
Dominating the charts, Cassper has created another Amapiano hit! Taking to social media to gloat a little, Cassper shared the success of Angisho Guys. Just by reading this status, you can tell how untouchable Cass feels.
“#AngishoGuys is the No 1 most played song inda country!!!! And all Cossa .@Ladydu10!!! Thank you!!!”
Fans took to the comment section to congratulate Cassper on his hit and to make it known that Lady Du did the thing on this track.
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