Cassper Claps Back At Critics Who Question His Complaints About The Lockdown. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected South Africans in different ways. Businesses across the country are facing their doors being closes for weeks as South Africa tries to contain the spread of virus.
It was recently announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa that South Africa will go into adjusted Level 4 lockdown, which means that a number of regulations will be put in place in attempts to slow down the spread of the COVID-19 virus. A number of SA celebs took to Twitter to express their concerns over the new lockdown regulations.
Cassper informed his fans that he would have to postpone the launch of SA Hip Hop’s first original sneaker due to the new lockdown regulations. In a now deleted tweet, one tweep criticized Cassper saying that his “silly sneaker business” can wait because people across the country are losing their lives due to the seriousness of the virus.
The Good For That rapper responded writing that he feeds families with his business and the new regulations mean that a lot of people are going to lose their jobs. “I feed families my guy. I know you think it’s easy cause I always have a smile on my face but my downfall means a lot of people lose their jobs. We gone be ayt doe. Hope everyone else survives too.” He wrote.
Another tweep called Cassper out saying he’s only speaking out because he is being directly affected by the new regulations and proceeded to say, “SA celebs are useless man“. Cassper wrote a heated response saying that even though he can survive years without any income his employers will be seriously affected.
“Lemme tell you sumn big fella. I will not be affected at all my guy. I am set to survive years with no income. My employees though, I will have to let go of at this rate. How are they going to feed their families? Yall do not understand that our businesses feed so many families.“