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Cassper Responds To Criticism About His R100M Deal With Drip Footwear

Cassper Responds To Criticism About His R100M Deal With Drip Footwear. After announcing a R100M deal with Drip Footwear’s Founder and CEO Lekau Sehoana, Cassper has been receiving an exponential amount of questions from social media about what exactly the deal means for him and for Lekau. Social media users have been responding to each other’s questions about what they feel the deal means for both parties.

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Questions about Drip Footwear’s valuation, and how Cassper would benefit from the deal arose on Twitter but the successful rapper and Lekau Sehoana both did not directly answer questions that social media users had about the deal. When the criticism rolled in, Cassper’s fans did not take it lightly telling all the haters to step aside.

The Nokuthula hitmaker took it upon himself to respond to the criticism he has received about the R100M deal. He responded to critics on his Twitter page noting that when people talk he puts his head down to work and will continue to work even if people continue talking.

They talk, we work. Then they talk about our work and guess what we gone do ? Work some more. Then they talk even more about our work and guess what we gone do ? Work even more!!!“.

Congratulations about the deal poured in from Cassper’s industry peers including L-Tido, Rouge, DJ Milkshake, DJ Dimplez, DJ D Double D, and Zakwe just to name a few.

Cassper is gearing up to release an album which is a follow up to his Sweet & Short album. The amapiano album produced by Abidoza is set to feature some of the biggest names in the genre including the likes of Boohle, Lady Du, Semi Tee and Kammu Dee. The album is set to be released on the 30th of June 2021 and fans could not be more excited.

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