- Cassper Nyovest and Prince Kaybee are at each other's throats again, this time, over a sneaky dig one took at the other
- It comes after Cassper posted a video on Instagram showing him putting in the work ahead of his fight with singer Naak MuziQ
- Prince outed Cassper by insulting his private parts, a move the Remote Control rapper didn't take kindly to before he clapped back
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Cassper Nyovest is one seething man after his and Prince Kaybee's latest round in a longstanding war of words. Cassper hit out at the DJ and producer after the latter made a snide remark about his "manhood".
According to TimesLIVE, Prince Kaybee threw shade at the rapper, who'd posted a workout video showcasing road running exercises, all in preparation for his hugely-anticipated celebrity boxing match date with actor and singer Naak MuziQ in April.
In the short clip, Cass is seen rocking tight-fitting cycling shorts which hug the entirety of his lower body. The Gets Getsa hitmaker is put through his paces by two other men, tackling the route with him and thought to be his trainers for the upcoming fight.
"For someone that keeps on talking about b*lls this is shocking," Prince wrote.
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Cassper ensured the DJ would not have the last say as he strode to Twitter to compose a strong-worded tweet. He called Prince out for "talking a lot about him" yet cowers when challenged to a fight in the square ring.
In his reply, Cassper said:
"Prince Kaybee is a b***h!! He won't ever step in the ring. Kabelo ke se***e, that's why a tsamaya a bua ka di tool tsa mauti (he goes around talking about other guys' manhood). Lol... He is a sweet lil b***h and he doesn't have the balls to step in the ring with a real man like me. The day he grows a pair, I'll be waiting!!!
Meanwhile, Cassper expressed that the upcoming "Yanos Roundtable" – a spin-off of MTV Base's SA's Hottest MCs – is unnecessary for the genre, which according to a recent announcement by the music channel, will celebrate Amapiano's biggest stars of 2021, among others, IOL reported.
"This one is not needed. Very unnecessary. Starting rubbish Yanos doesn't need – one of the things that killed Mzansi Hip Hop. Leave the Yanos to grow authentically with love and joy. No gatekeepers, no tastemakers," the rapper said in a tweet.
Saffas weigh in heavily
Some locals agreed with Prince for his remark, while others encouraged a fistfight between them to settle the score once and for all. Briefly News takes a look at what Saffas had to say on their latest headbutting episode.
"Eish mara le wena my outtie, there's nothing there, bro. I guess God can't give us everything plus anyway o mo Tswana after all."
"Maybe he doesn't want to fight in a rung, I'm sure you know where to find him,just go to him a confront him like a real man, you don't need a ring to sort out such things sometime."
"Dis has none to do with really fighting him. It’s about what the sponsors want in order to be on board. You just not revealing everything. The sponsors want u to have fights before fighting Naak right??"
Cassper and Andile's Konka Bromance
Elsewhere, Briefly News previously reported that Cassper and Andile Mpisane again grabbed the headlines, thanks to their hangout at the popular Pimville restaurant and nightclub, Konka Soweto, last month.
A video of the two coming together in an embrace surfaced online and has ensured they continue dominating the trends list on Twitter despite seemingly throwing subliminal jabs at each other over their ownership of the McLaren GT.
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In the short video shared on the @KonkaSoweto Twitter page, the Royal AM boss and Cass are each seen holding up a bottle of the latter's alcohol aperitif, Billiato.
The caption read:
"Mclaren GT owners."
The 8-second clip was viewed more than 101 000 times and attracted more than 4 100 likes from limelight-loving locals. But their move to "bury the hatchet" has not escaped the glaring eye of Mzansi's frivolous social media users.
Source: Briefly News