Cassper Nyovest breaks his silence after actor Patrick Shai's death
Rapper Cassper Nyovest has shared his first tweet after the insight about the demise of entertainer Patrick Shai on Saturday saying "Just God knows".
The veteran entertainer passed on Saturday.
"It is with incredible misery to report the death of the veteran entertainer Ntate Patrick Shai. He died today (January 22 2022)," the family said in an assertion.
The Mama I Made It rapper tweeted interestingly on Saturday evening.
Cassper's tweet - apparently because of Shai's passing which bested the Twitter patterns list - got 3.4k retweets and over 20k preferences in under 60 minutes.
Cassper's tweet additionally landed him on the Twitter patterns list as tweeps talked about how he should feel after the elderly person's passing, particularly thinking about their last "collaboration".
This in light of the fact that the entertainer hoarded features as of late after he got down on Cassper for an encouragement to take an interest in one of his superstar boxing ring matches.
The late entertainer was rammed via online media for his selection of words and needed to withdraw his recordings and issue an expression of remorse to Cassper, the rapper's mom and SA.
A statement of regret the rapper apparently dismissed.
https://www.timeslive.co.za/tshisa-live/tshisa-live/2022-01-22-cassper-nyovest-ends his-quiet after-entertainer patrick-shais-demise/
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