Cassper Grateful To Tweep For Saving Him From Social Media Backlash! Cassper Nyovest has shown gratitude to a tweep who has defended him from social media troll by proving that even though Cassper had not donated towards corona virus he was not selfish.
Over the weekend Cassper fell victim to trolling as black twitter was accusing him of being selfish failing to donate money to assist the nation to curb the spread of COVID-19 instead focusing on spending time at home playing FIFA.
What actually stirred the troll was an act by South African businessman Patrice Motsepe who donated 1billion towards the curbing of corona virus and black twitter who expected Abuti Fill Up to do the same labelled Patrice Motepe a donater and Nyovest a Fifa player.
Among the people who felt that Abuti Fill Up was being trolled for the wrong reasons is a tweep who took to twitter reveal that even though Cassper Nyovest had not donated R1 Billion towards the COVID-19 curb, the Good For That rapper had a good heart as he had donated money towards her tuition fees.
“The Fifa player on the right has donated R100k towards my fees and a few other students. He has never even asked for a proof of payment. I’m doing my final year. I will be forever grateful! the tweep defended Cassper.
Cassper Nyovest was grateful to the tweep and thanked her for standing by him at a time when he needed it the most.
“Do good and good shall follow you. Someone I once helped a while ago helped me today on Twitter. I didn’t ask for it and I didn’t expect it but she did it and I’d like to say thank you. I was being crucified for playing Fifa, taking care of my family and not being a billionaire” Cassper showed his appreciation
Do good and good shall follow you. Someone I once helped a while ago helped me today in Twitter. I didn't ask for it and I didn't expect it but she did it and I'd like to say thank you. I was being crucified for playing Fifa, taking care of my family and not being a billionaire. pic.twitter.com/N9RczamC3x
— R.M Phoolo (@casspernyovest) March 30, 2020