Morale Pablo Phala Talks Of “Fearful” Experience With Cassper Nyovest During “Diamond Walk” Video Shoot

Clout Cassette founder Morale Pablo Phala has given some clues about what went down during the shooting od the music video for Cassper Nyovest’s “Diamond Walk” song, noting that he was afraid of the “Doc Shebeleza” chanter.

Phala dropped his verdict during a recent interview. According to him, Cass was calling himself a gorilla and actually looked like one with his impressive stature.

During their meeting for the shooting of the music video, he claimed that Cassper appeared to be in a hurry to hit the gym so he could prepare for his boxing match. He appeared uninterested in making the video and acted like he was forced.

Because of how Cassper acted that day, he ended up instilling a semblance of fear in Phala. The experience wasn’t a beautiful one and he would rather not have had it. It was pretty bad because, according to him, the Family Tree rapper didn’t stick to time but came abojut four hours late.

The “Diamond Walk” song featured Abidoza and the late DJ Dumbody. The muso had been gunned down about a week before he was to perform at Cassper Nyovest’s Fill Up Mmabatho Stadium event.

If you haven’t watched the “Diamond Walk” music video previously, you might want to check it out below.

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