Cassper On Why He Can’t Celebrate AKA’s Success On Diss Track ‘Dust 2 Dust’
Multi-award-winning South African rapper, Cassper Nyovest released a diss track ‘Dust 2 Dust’ which can be likened to Tupac’s ‘Hit ‘me up!’ Cassper’s diss track was in response to the ‘Fela In Versace’s ‘Composure’, which has remarkably been referred to as the best diss track in South African hip hop.
Cassper Nyovest’s diss track focused on the career, personal and love life of AKA.
The ‘Good For That’ hitmaker accused Supa Mega of taking cocaine in a verse which says;
Every time you tweet something then delete it, I forgive you cause I know it’s not you, It’s the cocaine.
Cassper Nyovest further made remarks about his relationship with the ‘Umlilo’ hitmaker, DJ Zinhle.
The verse says:
Zinhle left you in public and I don’t blame you sis, They say it’s nearly impossible to raise two kids
Mufasa went ahead to accuse Supa Mega of sucking DA LES’ and Khuli Chana’s d*ck.
Cassper Nyovest’s ‘Dust 2 Dust’ generated a lot of hype. However, it is a song that he is not so proud of and finds it hard to celebrate its success.
In a tweet, Cassper wrote about his diss track;
Nothing to celebrate doe, a very dark place I never wanna go back to. I never wanna be that angey ever in my life. Hahaha. I was mad as hell!!! Ha ke itsi go kwata witsi. Ke kwata maswe mann.