Cassper Dismisses Lavida Nota As Having Lost Musical Relevance
Did Family Tree records boss Cassper Nyovest fail to sign Nasty C because he feared the “Zulu Man With Some Power” would outshine him? That’s the claim Lavida Nota is peddling around.
He made this claim in a recent sit-down with Hip hop Hub. According to him, the Family Tree boss makes enough money to sign Nasty C because of his fear the younger rapper might become preeminent over him.
Although he failed to address Lavida Nota directly, he clarified the issue of him not signing Nasty C when the producer Tweezy asked him what he meant by falling of must be hard.
Nota explains how he advised Cassper Nyovest to sign Nasty C before Major Labels got to him.
According to him, Mufasa refused to sign Nasty because he would outshine him on his own label. pic.twitter.com/SLgs75z3cv
— Hip Hop Hub (@HipHopHubZA) September 26, 2020
Cassper Nyovest believes Lavida Nota has lost musical relevance and is trying to put his name out there by provoking controversy. He said Lavida Nota is not the dude he thinks he (Nota) is, and that he lies because his reality is no longer exciting. Ultimately he accused Lavida Nota of making up theories to suit his narrative.
By the way, Lavida Nota is not even a friend of Nasty C right now. In fact, the pair had a spat over Zulu rap as early as late August this year. You can check out the backstory here. What do you think?