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Cassper Shares What The Biggest Anti Climax Of His Career Was

Cassper Shares What The Biggest Anti Climax Of His Career Was. Multi award winning rapper Cassper Nyovest has had a unique entrance into the industry. Since the release of his debut album Tsholofelo he has risen to become one of the most valued rappers in SA Hip Hop but just like anyone else, he does have his own downfalls.

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The rapper took to twitter to announce that he was giving away a GTI in collaboration with Energy drink brand Power Play. A tweep commented under the post reminiscing on a moment the rapper has when Tbo Touch was giving away a BMW and pranked him saying he had won.

Cassper laughed it off and mentioned that the tweep should just forget about the incident. The tweep then mentioned the the incident happened around the time that his single Gusheshe was dominating the streets and radio play. The song was released in 2014 and featured OkMalumKoolkat.

Cassper responded to the tweep mentioning that Gusheshe was the most anti climax of his career but he should turn his attention toward the car giveaway with Power Play. He wrote, “Ntwana, Biggest Anti Climax of my Career. Mara bona!!! Today we really giving away a real GTI with Power Play . We #PlayHard but we don’t play like that.“.

Cassper has been doing exceptionally well since the start of 2021. The rapper announced that he is releasing an amapiano project and producer Abidoza mentioned on Twitter that the album is almost ready. Cassper has already dropped two singles featuring some big names in the genre including KammuDee, LuuDaDeeJay and Lady Du that all his fans have already loved!

The rapper has not said when he plans to drop the highly anticipated project but if his old projects are anything to go by, we are in for a treat!

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