Cassper Nyovest just went on to social media to showcase his R1.5 million chain. He captioned on his recent video that the chain costs 70 000 pounds and when you convert that to Rands, it sure is a lot of money.
Is The Money Becoming A bit Too Much For Cassper?
But when you have a lot of money, what is 1. 5 million? He could easily replace that money just by doing a few gigs. He said it was an early birthday gift to himself. His fans are amazed at the way this king is just splashing money these days. Are people startled as he recently revealed he will give Slik Talk R100 000 for simply fighting with him and now the chain? Our problems are not the same, and money isn’t one of Cassper’s problems.
Cassper’s Shift To Amapiano Helped His Career
This chain costs more than most houses in South Africa. Cassper Nyovest is living large. It doesn’t come as a surprise as he has had a lovely year in his music career. He is such a versatile artist, and because of that, his shift to amapiano has been very fulfilling as his amapiano songs are doing well. One which is doing well, in particular, is Siyathandana, this is his song, and he featured Boohle and Abidoza. The song is currently sitting on 11 million views on YouTube, showing how well he is doing for himself.
Cassper Nyovest’s Feud With Boohle
Although there was a huge commotion because of this song where Boohle was accused of painting Cassper Nyovest as a lazy artist, she said the only thing she remembers Cassper doing is coming with his verse and nothing else. On many people’s ends, this was not received well, and people said Boohle disrespected Cassper by saying. However, everyone knows Boohle didn’t mean it that way, and above all, she is an upcoming artist, and she doesn’t know what might offend other people in the entertainment industry. All of that was sorted out, though, as Cassper brushed it off.
Cassper Nyovest is an outstanding artist, more so an outstanding performer. Without a shadow of a doubt, ever since he graced the music streets, nothing has been the same, and he changed South African music for the better