The South African Rapper, record executive, businessman, and television presenter, Cassper Nyovest has been receiving a whole lot of hate lately, and most of it comes from other entertainers. Tito Mboweni hitmaker has started hosting a show called Braai show with Cassper and people are showing him amazing support.
Yesterday, Cassper had some very exciting news about his show and he couldn't wait to share it with his supporters and the Viewers of the show. Cassper revealed that his first episode was watched by 2.2 million people. People couldn't stop praising Cassper "TV #The Braai show with Cassper pulls decent numbers. The new season of #The braai show made it debuted of over 2.2 million viewers" an influencer praising Cassper.
Prince Kaybee log into Twitter and decided to ruin Cassper's celebrating by calling all this the result of hype "Numbers always been dying what portrays...easy science" Prince Kaybee subbing Casssper Nyovest new Braai show.
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