As everyone probably knows by now, Cassper Nyovest signed a deal with DRIP SNEAKERS 3 months back, that deal is worth a whopping R100 million. Cassper dubbed the deal as the #legacydeal and rightfully because its a once-in-a-lifetime kinda deal especially for an artist coming from a 3rd world country.
Although months have passed after the deal was singed and a couple of designs were released, Cassper never really gave an update of how are the numbers of his own customized DRIP SNEAKERS going until today.
Well Cassper was never really gonna reveal anything until a fan provoked him on social media after he posted a short version of the 990s. The fan commented and said the shoes were ugly and that's when Cassper completely lost it with this response below:
As yall can see, Cassper flexes that even if the fan says the shoes are ugly, 20 000 other people don't think so and with said, his opinion don't really matter.
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