The Family Tree boss had made that claim in “Oh Ah,” a recently released song by the Ambitious Entertainment musician Fakaloice, featuring the late Riky Rick. Cass was the second guest on the song.
Cassper took on a common topic in South African music in his verse, noting that hip hop isn’t dead. The genre only dies when he says so, according to the verse. He claimed that hip hop is nothing without him.
But the part that clearly snapped the most attention was when he said he inspired other musicians. He went o to name drop. Foca’s was there in the verse. The “Ke Star” rapper was having none of it. Taking to Instagram, he had addressed Cassper’s verse, letting it be known that he doesn’t owe Cassper anything for being inspired by him. You can check out the clip below.
Ike Cassper Nyovest, Foca had switched from hip hop to amapiano and made a big success of it. Their reasons for switching are similar, too. Cassper doesn’t like the politics of hip hop and its “toxic” energy; Foca had switched because he didn’t get the support he wanted when he was crowned hottest MC.