Cassper Nyovest stocks puppy peeves of being famous: 'People assume you to be so best'
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Being a movie star comes with strings attached, says Cassper Nyovest.
Being a superstar comes with strings connected, says Cassper Nyovest.
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Musician and self-proclaimed destiny-billionaire Cassper Nyovest has aired his frustrations on the rigors and tribulations of being a celebrity.
One of the latest in enjoyment to address superstar subculture and bring a sparkling, warm take on it, Cassper took to social media to whinge about the intended general of perfection that celebrities are anticipated to live up to.
Saying that he hates the sensation of “being managed”, the superstar unearths it traumatic that human beings always count on him to be “ideal”.
“There's nothing I hate like being controlled, and being a superstar is one of the most worrying matters one can ever be. People anticipate you to be so best,” wrote Cassper.
The rapper also felt that even though a celeb does meet others' expectations of perfection, others will continually discover fault. Mufasa admitted that each one he desires to do is be himself and not stay through others' expectations of him.
“Even in case you are best, they nevertheless ruin you aside. I nevertheless battle with that concept cause I simply wanna be myself fully,” stated Cassper.
Fans weighed in on the expectations society has set for celebrities. Some felt that Cassper must forget about the haters and live lifestyles the way he desires to, whilst others commented that this is just the manner celebrity tradition works in SA. Check out their views:
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