Cassper Nyovest has weighed in on Costa Titch's comments about fixing what other hip-hop artists broke before they "jumped ship: to other genre.
Taking to social media on Wednesday, Cassper mocked Costa, saying he found his claims to be loughable and he wanted to hear sau it to his face.
"Apparently hip-hop don't need Cassper Nyovest. They coming together and things are looking bright. Costa Ebile are yena he is fixing what I destroyed. Azange kea tsega yana mo lifeng. (I've never loughed so hard in my life). I'm back in SA and I can't wait to run into him so he must explain in person," he wrote on Twitter.
It all started when Costa took to his Instagram stories saying that he, along with other rappers, was mending the mistakes of artists who had started doing amapiano.
"SA Hip Hop is United right now. If you jumped ship, stay there and let us fix what you broke, respectfully," Costa wrote on Instagram.
While Costa did not drop names, fans speculated that Cassper was catching the strays.
Cassper is adamant that the SA hip hop space is in dire need for him to make a contribution and rapper Blackleztried to cool the temperature a little.
"Your contribution to the game is unquestionable. Hip Hop needs you and everyone else that contributes positively to it," he wrote.
Earlier this month, Cassper teased that he would be releasing a hip-hop track featuring a young rapper, leaving his fans on the edge of their seats.
I see the SA hip-hop chats back home. If you all are nice to me, I'll drop one hip-hop banger in Sep. Also, it'll be a collabo with one of the new kids. A definite knocker. Y'all gotta be on your best behaviour in my comments.
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