- Social media and the entertainment industry has been divided in the buildup to the much-awaited boxing match between Cassper Nyovest and Naak Musiq
- Scheduled for 9 April in Sun City, the boxing match will e rapper Cassper Nyovest's second fight after defeating YouTuber Slik Talk
- Ngiyabonga Baba hitmaker DJ Tira has already let his fans and followers know that his money is on Naak Musiq
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Naak Musiq and Cassper Nyovest are ready to square off in the boxing ring. The two celebrities showed their fans their preparation processes, and fans cannot wait for the much-awaited match.
With only a few days left until D-day, some fans and even celebrities are already picking sides. Some peeps are saying Naak Musiq will win the match, while others say Mufasa will take the money home.
DJ Tira has let Mzansi in on who he is betting his money on. The Thank You Mr DJ hitmaker revealed in a recent Instagram post that he is on Naak Musiq's team. He shared snaps from the press conference and wrote:
"9 April there won’t be any smiles! Kuzonuka iqupha Qhude manikiniki ♂️ #TeamNaak."
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DJ Tira's show of support for Naak Musiq did not bother Cassper Nyovest. The Doc Shebeleza rapper even jumped into the comments section of his post to say that he was going to knock Naak out. He said:
"I'm dropping your mans!"
Cassper Nyovest shares that his fight with Naak Musiq won’t be televised, Mzansi has mixed reactions
Briefly News previously reported that Cassper Nyovest and Naak Musiq's fight won't be televised. The rapper shared that the boxing match is only exclusive for the people who are willing to pay big bucks to see it.
'Muvhango' star Susan gives SA rappers a run for their money, peeps share mixed reactions to her trending clip
The star was reacting to a fan who commented on the poster of the celeb match. It will take place on 9 April but the festivities will start from Friday, 8 April until 11 April.
Source: Briefly News