Cassper Nyovest Encourages Fans to Abstain or Use Protection in Hilarious Video: “Bloto Ha Se Yona”

Cassper Nyovest Encourages Fans to Abstain or Use Protection in Hilarious Video: “Bloto Ha Se Yona”

  • Cassper Nyovest had an important message for his supporters about abstinence and using protection
  • The rapper encouraged his fans to play it safe to avoid contracting any unwanted infections or viruses
  • Briefly News spoke to the amazing people behind the #ForeverWena campaign about their HIV awareness initiative
Cassper Nyovest encouraged safe sexual relationships
Cassper Nyovest encouraged his fans to either abstain or use protection. Images: casspernyovest
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Cassper Nyovest gave fans a good laugh with his message encouraging safe sexual relationships. The newly-wed rapper is part of a campaign about abstinence and STI awareness and gave it a hilarious twist to help bring the message home.

Cassper Nyovest encourages safe sexual relationships

Our fave, Cassper Nyovest, has an important message for his supporters about fighting the spread of unwanted viruses and infections.

As the winter season approaches, or as South Africans call it, cuddle season, Nyovest joined the Forever Wena campaign to help spread the message of encouraging healthy sexual behaviour.

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Briefly News reported on the rapper's thought-provoking message to men about the negative effects of hooking up with every woman they meet.

Kabelo Moshapalo, Chief Creative Officer for #ForeverWena campaign partners Ogilvy South Africa, told Briefly News that ForeverWena was launched to empower young people:

“We're sparking a movement where young people feel empowered to take control of their sexual health, while also providing them with the tools they need to make healthy sexual choices.
“The message of #ForeverWena is ‘Choose you’! It’s a rallying call to the youth to choose themselves, to choose to put their healthiest foot forward.”
Students marching for 'Forever Wena' campaign
The 'Forever Wena' campaign was launched to empower young people to make informed decisions about their health. Image: supplied
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According to their stats, South African girls and young women between 15 and 24 years old are significantly affected by HIV, accounting for 25% of new infections. Young men, on the other hand, are less likely to be diagnosed and treated, increasing their likelihood of transmitting HIV to their partners.

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Professor of Medicine and CEO of the Desmond Tutu Health Foundation, Dr Linda-Gail Bekker, said the time was now to sound the horn of change:

"As a nation, we need to address the ongoing high rate of HIV infections, and #ForeverWena is an empowering way to do it.
Every young South African deserves access to accurate, tailored information and resources so they can make informed decisions and healthier sexual choices – for themselves, their partners, and their collective future."

In a video, Mufasa told fans that although abstinence is their best bet, he knows how naughty they are, and encouraged them to use protection:

"If it were up to me, I would advise you to abstain; that is the best and safest way. But because I know how you all are, make sure you use a condom or the PrEP pill and protect yourself."

Mzansi reacts to Cassper Nyovest's video

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Netizens are in stitches from Cassper's video but heard his message loud and clear.

Previously, Mufasa confessed to his addiction that led to his break up with his ex-girlfriend and baby mama, Thobeka Majozi.

real_dimpiedimpopo said:

"We got your back on this one!"

tlaletimothysekobe echoed Mufasa's message:

"HIV is real, guys; let's take care of ourselves."

buli2128 wrote:

"Abstain or just be safe."

chief_entrepreneur_brains quoted Cassper:

"Bloto ase yona, are itlhokomele mouthi."

Cassper Nyovest speaks on gun violence in Mzansi

In an earlier report, Briefly News shared online reactions to Cassper Nyovest denouncing gun violence in South Africa.

This after renowned comedian/ MC, Peter Mashata, was tragically gunned down.

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