Family Tree rapper Cassper Nyovest has just explained why he referenced the controversial nationalist figure Nhlanhla Lux in one of his forthcoming songs.
Nhlanhla Lux is a controversial and divisive personality who snagged attention recently with his Operation Dudula campaign, which aimed to take jobs from illegal immigrants and give the same to South Africans.
His ideas resonated with many South Africans and he had a large following in no time. While his advocacy appeared to have died down, tweeps still recall the alleged bombing of his home not too long ago.
Cassper believed Lux was lying, so he referenced him in one of his songs (the third track in his imminent “Solomon” album). He addressed this reference when asked about it during his appearance on L-Tido’s podcast.
The reference covers rappers as well. They are telling lies. It was made to be a funny reference, according to him. Of course, he has no control over how his audience interprets his words. You can check out the detailed video interview at the end of this post.
By the way, Cassper recently revealed the genesis of his beef with AKA, noting that he had voiced his ambition of becoming greater than AKA and HHP and the beef with AKA had begun.