The COVID-19 pandemic apparently had a serious bite in the flesh of Mzansi musos. But only a few of them would publicly admit this.
One muso who had admitted his COVID-19-spawned challenges is the “Goliath” crooner Dlala Mshunqisi, who noted about a month ago that he was owing the bank and was overdue to pay back the loans he took for his car and house.
The latest to admit his COVID-19-spawned challenges is the Family Tree rapper Cassper Nyovest. The songster had stated at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic that he would be fine because he is a child of God.
Indeed, he is fine. But the champ sold two of his cars when the pandemic dried some sources of income. He revealed this much in a recent interview with Texx Talks. He said he moved from making hundreds of thousands a week to zero, so he had to let go of a business vehicle and a personal vehicle.
He admitted the experience was scary at first, moving from making hundred to making nothing. In spite of the difficulties, he said he still kept his favourite cars and was able to assist members of his family.
Well, what do you think?