South African rapper, Cassper Nyovest, trended after his rival, AKA, announced that the Fees Must Fall Mega Concert will be postponed. Many people have been stating that Cassper Nyovest would have kept to his world and hold the Fees Must Fall Mega Concert as promised.
Since on Wednesday, 12 February 2020, Cassper Nyovest has been topping the trends list after his fans compared his ability to headline a concert with his rival, AKA.
This comparison started after the award-winning rapper, AKA, announced on Tuesday, 11 February 2020 that he would be postponing the Fees Must Fall Mega Concert until later this year.
Following AKA’s announcement, social media users have praised Cassper Nyovest as being able to successfully host his Fill Up stadium concerts that are usually held annually for five consecutive years.
Check out the posts below:
Imagine if it was Cassper postponing an event a few days away, the whole country would have come to a standstill and rappers would release diss tracks.
— Mike Z (@mikezwini87) February 11, 2020
Cassper looking at this tweet… pic.twitter.com/cKrTuz2WQg
— Thabangt Ledwaba (@LedwabaThabangt) February 11, 2020
— Nawteece The Artist💽 (@nawteece96) February 11, 2020
It's a brilliant idea and I fully support it just that you planned it out of emotions because you were angry at those brands for #KFCProposal now plan it properly
— L I N D O K U H L E (@Tonymsomi) February 11, 2020
Nyovest once said….. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣💔
— BLACK LIVES MATTER (@commysaar) February 11, 2020
Peer pressure got the better of you SuperMega you were not ready
— Bulelani (@BulelaniMabobol) February 11, 2020
Late last year, AKA, who has been very concerned about the issue of student debt, announced that he will be holding a concert, organized to battle student debt. He named it Fees Must Fall Mega Concert and promised that it will be held before the end of 2019 or early 2020. The rapper announced this after slamming brands that poured money into the KFC proposal wedding instead of using such funds to battle student debt.
In 2018, AKA assisted a committee at WITS University by donating R100,000.