Taking to his Instagram account, The River performer credited the destruction of the performer to drop culture.
"I just investigated the death of Patrick Shai. That enormous number of people that came for him for likes, I need to trust that you happy," he said in a video.
Shai's end has lighted a conversation around passionate prosperity and being minding to each other and Cassper has been pulled into his passing.
This follows their messy web based exchange several days earlier. Shai created a ruckus after he conveyed a video and belittled Cassper and his mother. He used profane language to move the rapper to a battle.
"Before I fail horrendously I really want to guarantee that I've beat you so that on my tombstone they can make this is the person who beat Caster or Costa or whatever your sh*t name is ... Come you offspring of a b*tch," Patrick said.
He later conveyed another video pulling out his clarification. The performer apologized to Cassper's mother and Mzansi.
"I should have alluded to better as an adult. My proclamations of disappointment, I agreeably, in all genuineness, apologize for having used such coarse discourse towards your mom.
Notwithstanding the way that the test would've been something ideal anyway as of now it has been soured by what I said.
"I'm sorry genuinely, assuming no one minds, excuse me and excuse me South Africans. I'm deploring the entirety of the last sentence. That I used, I'm devastated." he said
Tweeps have reacted to the performer's passing.
@Lewanika_Lesedi tweeted "Twitter is too heavy for me today , especially being a person who fights despair normal. The things being said concerning Patrick Shai's passing and the cleared out jokes being made with respect to what happend with Cass. It's sad #RIPPatrickShai."
@IamCatchvibe tweeted "It was not demoralization/broken conduct that killed uBab' Patrick Shai, no,He was seriously killed by those were throwing awful maltreatments like sharp spears, colossally assaulting his pride, tenaciously killing his character, and they continued to hit hard #ripPatrickShai."
@ReasonHD tweeted "A portion of the time as skilled workers, we submit blunders. We say or do a few unsatisfactory things and it is the public reaction that returns us to this present reality.
I basically trust now you see how much impact your words have on our lives when you "get down on us" or "put us on the right track."
MasegoBT tweeted "In case we don't use this Patrick Shai story to sort out some way to be more kind to one another, we will not at any point learn.
People are going through significant stuff in their private life, your mean words on twitter can be the crest that finaly pulverizes the camel's soul. Tear the Legend #RIPPatrickShai."
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