Cassper Reacts To Being The Most Googled Person In SA 15 Years In A Row

Cassper Reacts To Being The Most Googled Person In SA 15 Years In A Row. Google Trends recently turned 15 and in celebration the search engine relevealed the most searched for topics and people in South Africa. Award-winning rapper, Cassper Nyovest was revealed to be the most Googled South African person in the country.

It was also revealed that Cassper has been the most searched for person for the past fifteen years. Now that’s a huge acheivement for the popular rapper. Cassper, on the list of the top five searced for South Africans is followed by President Cyril Ramaphosa, EFF leader, Julius Malema, former president Jacob Zuma and Mzansi’s Queen B, Bonang Matheba.

Cassper’s manager TLee tweeted a picture of the good news on Twitter and wrote, “As per @Google, young Ace is the most Googled South African over the past 15yrs. Incredible how he was called a 1 hit wonder, then ‘it’s only 2 hits’ then okay just 3 songs, then only 1 album then 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 My point is, no ill wish should stop your will.. God’s in charge.”

Mufasa also celebrated the milestone with Tlee and retweeted his tweet and said “We built this thing together Tlee. CONGRATS!!! You did that!!!” The rapper also shared with his followers that they should keep talking about him, whether it’s good or bad keep his name in his mouth.

“This is what I was talking about in the interview yesterday. Most Searched South African in the past decade, Cassper Nyovest. Keep my name in your mouth please. Whether it’s good or bad, just keep talking about me. Ima find a way to cash in and make it lucrative for me. #RF990,” tweeted the rapper.

Cassper’s fans congratulated him on his latest win and told him to continue doing what he does best as his moves continues to inspire them. “I’m always motivated by your work and your billionaire dream bro. Keep pushing, you not making yourself only proud but South Africa as a whole. You deserve to be King of rap in Africa @casspernyovest,” wrote one tweep.

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