Fans React To Lvovo’s Video Making Fun Of Cassper’s #FillUpMosesMabhida! Cassper has become one of the most influential names in the entertainment industry at the moment.
The rapper’s influence also puts him in the spotlight and has a lot of celebrities taking shots at him on several occasions. The most recent was Lvovo who posted a video of himself with two of his friends making fun of Cassper and his Fill Up Moses Mabhida concert. Cassper saw it and shared the link on Twitter asking his fans what they thought.
I want translation i don’t really understand Zulu pic.twitter.com/Id4OMQVlv7
— Liclyn Thato Pilusa💕 (@Liclyn_SA) 6 December 2018
“Really wasn’t necessary honestly.. How you gon hate on someone that pulled off something so amazing & successful and not forgetting they’re like thousands of steps ahead of you? HOW,huh Batho ba borah jo,” tweeted one of the rapper’s fans responding to the tweet.
Really wasn’t necessary honestly.. How you gon hate on someone that pulled off something so amazing & successful and not forgetting they’re like thousands of steps ahead of you? HOW,huh
Batho ba borah jo pic.twitter.com/uizgWPrkis
— 🎀Matlodi🎀 (@tlodi02) 6 December 2018
Bitterness. This is why cats stay in the same level and not breaking any boundaries.
— Thando (@ThandoButhelez) 6 December 2018
My sense of humour probably needs to be recharged because ain’t nothing funny in this video.
— DLAMINI🌂☂️ (@_LannyD) 6 December 2018
The devil is working overtime in Durban neh! pic.twitter.com/Vkj0S9bU4w
— Stan-LEE (@MAGETHO) 6 December 2018
Sad how when international artists come to their city they have nothing to say they don’t even get to be opening acts and the city supports such concerts but hate on their own
— Taboka Tabz (@TabokaS) 6 December 2018
This got to show ukuthi umuntu omyama akafuni ukubona omunye umuntu omyama eyaphambili
How many of this are happening behind the scenes lapho esingaboni khona kodwa @CassperNyovest wenze umsebenzi oncomekayo keep doing what you doing
— Thobane Mazibuko (@ThobaneMazibuko) 6 December 2018