Cassper Nyovest Rents About His Stolen Teaspoons
Award winning Rapper Cassper Nyovest went on to share on his Instagram stories that he people visiting his home are stealing his teaspoons. This is after he has been trending in the past week for multiple reasons, the latest being him chickening out of a boxing match with, a YouTube by the name slik talk. In a series of 5 videos the rapper explains how he is a person who always has people around him at his home but as of recently he just found out that he only has one teaspoon left in his home. He also went on to share that he has bought cultlary multiple times, that it has come as a shock that he only has one spoon left. What's ironic is that he is explaining all this while driving to the mall to buy a new set. He doesn't seem angry about the situation but is definitely disappointed that people are stealing from him. The rapper also went on to share that it is understandable to leave with reusable plastic cups and spoons but why leave stainless steel spoons.
The rapper has also gone as far as asking his followers to buy him a set instead.
Here is a link to the videos below
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