Cassper Nyovest Against AKA’s Post That Urge People Never To Seek Advise From Unsuccessful

Cassper Nyovest throws shade at his rival, AKA, regarding his controversial tweet.

AKA’s controversial tweet about taking advice from successful people might have caused fury among several people.

The multi-talented rapper, AKA, advised people on who they should take advice from. To him, this set of people would be based on whether they add value to the advice and if they have achieved those things.

To the Supa Mega, people should only seek advice from people that are successful or wealthy as they would know what they are talking about.

The ‘Fela In Versace’ hitmaker tweeted:

If someone tries to give you advice, ask yourself…does  this person live in the house I want, drive the car I want, or generally live the life I want…if the answer is no, then ask yourself what qualifies this person to dispense ANY sort of advice to you in the first place.

Several Twitter users did not take his tweet very well as they perceive the rapper as being arrogant and also an ‘intellectual disappointment.’

AKA’s long-time rival, Cassper Nyovest, has also reacted to his controversial tweet. He completely disagreed with AKA’s statement and also threw shade at him.

The longtime beef between AKA and Cassper Nyovest is one that would be talked about for centuries to come. The two rivals have been throwing disses at each other for years now and there is no evidence that it will end anytime soon.

Cassper Nyovest’s made fun of AKA’s failed attempt at crowd-surfing and also advised the rapper not to look down on people.

The ‘Good For That’ hitmaker wrote:

Here’s some advise from someone who’s filled up The Dome and successful crowd surfed geh. Ungabhekeli Abantu phansi! Ska nyatsa batho laaitie. You can get life changing advise from a gardener who’s never owned a car or house. Success or money doesn’t qualify wisdom.

Prince Kaybee has also reacted to AKA’s controversial tweet. He wrote:

My Mother DID NOT live in a house of my dreams but she gave me advice.

So my argument here is some people genuinely want you to prosper depending on sincerity not what they have.

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