Popular South African musician, Cassper Nyovest, has responded to the continuous bad vibes and bitter reactions that are being jabbed at him, following his return to the hip hop scene.
He responded to his haters by telling them that while he didn’t have time to change things, they did.
Cassper Nyovest has revealed that he deserted hip hop for a while because he did not like the ‘political’ aspect of hip hop.
The talented musician has slammed social media users and hip hop lovers who have made negative comments about his absence from the hip hop scene. When he decided to return to the genre after dedicating his time to other music like amapiano, people had a lot to say about his return.
Even after taking a two-year absence from the hop hip scene, when Cassper finally returned with a new song. It instantly became a hit and dominated the streets. His single, ‘I’m Good For That,’ instantly garnered thousands of views on YouTube within days of its release, and hit the dance floors and streets in Mzansi. However, it seemed that some people were bitter because of this.
But Cassper Nyovest wouldn’t sit back and watch people troll him over his accomplishments. So, he gave a perfect response to them.
Cassper previously stated that what he doesn’t like about hip hop is the ‘politics,’ and he further said that he did not miss that aspect of hip hop.
Cassper Nyovest said in his post:
The one thing I really didn’t miss with hip=hop is the “educated opinions.” All of a sudden y’all got something to say about what the game needs.
Well, y’all had two years to do it and dololo. So shut up and watch us get busy! Y’all talk too much!
The one thing i really didnt miss with Hip Hop, is the "Educated opinions". All of a sudden yall niggas got something to say about what the game needs. Well, yall had 2 years to do it and dololo. So SHUT THE FUCK UP AND WATCH US or GET BUSY!!! LE BALA BALA TOO MUCH!! #GoodForThat
Such a response is expected of the talented musician, who is confident about what he is doing and never fails to let anyone intimidate him.
His hit song, ‘Good For That’ has been trending and the video inspired the #GoodForThatChallenge. In the video, Cassper and DJ Maphorisa rocked a unique dance move that got the people of Mzansi astounded. People decided to recreate their own versions of the video, and that gave rise to the #GoodForThatChallenge that trended on the social media space for a long time.