Cassper Nyovest Confirms Break Up From Baby Mama Thobeka Majozi, Blames His Addiction

Cassper Nyovest Confirms Break Up From Baby Mama Thobeka Majozi, Blames His Addiction

  • Cassper Nyovest confessed that he had an addiction that cost him a relationship with the mother of his child
  • Briefly News spoke to a Relationship & Sex Educator, Kelley Nele, who explained what a sex addiction is and how couples can overcome it
  • The Mama I Made It hitmaker told Mpoomy Ledwaba on her YouTube podcast that he changed his life

Cassper Nyovest was invited to YouTuber Mpoomy Ledwaba's podcast, where he delved deeper into his personal life and addiction.

Cassper Nyovest and Thobeka Majozi have broken up.
Cassper Nyovest confirmed that he and Thobeka Majozi are no longer together. Image: @casspernyovest, @bexxdoesitbetter
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Cassper reveals he and Thobeka are no longer together

Speaking to the social media influencer Mpoomy Ledwaba, Cassper Nyovest shared that his addiction ruined his relationship with the mother of his child, Thobeka Majozi.

The rapper welcomed a son with Thobeka Majozi in 2020, and he will turn four years old in September.

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Cassper Nyovest revealed that he has been single for two years now.

“I created a serious mess. I hurt my baby mama so much. We broke up, and I have been single for two years.”

Cassper admits addiction ruined his relationship

The Mama I Made It rapper told Mpoomy Ledwaba that he was addicted to having sexual relationships with multiple women. There was a time when he would drive at 3 AM to meet up with other women while Thobeka and Khotso were asleep.

“God was showing me that I was destroying myself with sexual relationships. You’re having difficulties with women because you only see one thing.”

Cassper turns his life around

The rap star has been very candid about turning his life around. Cassper is a born-again Christian who told Mpoomy how life had humbled him.

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"I was addicted to sex and sexual immorality in general. I had such a big ego, and I thought I was better than everyone else. I was humble in the sense that I was a good person, and I didn’t offend anyone. I was headed straight for hell if I didn’t have that wake-up."

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Expert Kelley Nele lifts the lid on sex addiction

Briefly News spoke to a Relationship & Sex Educator, Kelley Nele, who shared insights on sex addiction and how they hinder romantic relationships.

"The debate of whether sex addiction is real is a controversial one. While the symptoms and effects of sex addiction are real, it is not recognised within the DSM-5. To expand on that, determining what does or doesn’t qualify as a sex addiction is trickery, as there is no consensus. Nonetheless, the compulsive behaviour expressed that affects both the individual with the “addiction” and the other party/parties is still valid."

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On how a sex addiction can be cured with the help of the other partner, Kelley said:

"A sex addiction can be treated either via psychotherapy or 12-step programs. Because sex addiction is often a manifestation of another disorder (e.g OCD) it can also be treated with medication. Couples and individual therapy are crucial when dealing with sex addiction. Some partners report experiencing PTSD, therefore individual therapy or a support group can be incredibly helpful. As for prevention, treating existing mental illnesses and establishing healthier habits can help prevent relapse."

Cassper cops a new Mercedes-Benz

In a previous report from Briefly News, Cassper Nyovest bought a brand-new Mercedes Benz as a lavish gift to himself.

Sharing the exciting news on Instagram, he posted visuals collecting the whip from the dealership. The musician captioned the post with a heartfelt, "Thank you, Jesus."

Source: Briefly News

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