Lily Rose
1 minute read
15 Nov 2017
4:10 pm

Cassper Nyovest too broke to be a ‘blesser’

Lily Rose

Cassper Nyovest might live in a mansion and drive luxury cars, but he has no money to be a “blesser”.

Cassper Nyovest. Image via Instagram.

The rapper says a potential girlfriend once kicked him to the curb in favour of a rich businessman who could spoil her. He says his single, Destiny, was inspired by the experience.

“Every time I perform the song, I go through the same emotions. It is actually a true story. This girl I was really digging, falling for, I was thinking of making her my girlfriend but she left me in the middle of writing this song,” he said during an interview on Afternoon Express.

Cassper explained that he couldn’t give her what she wanted.

“She told me she found a guy, some business dude that was willing to take care of her. And I’m broke. I am trying to invest in my craft, I can’t bless women like that.”

Cassper has been known to spoil his girlfriends with expensive gifts. He once bought his ex Boity Yeezy Boost sneakers worth R3 000.

But things are bit tight for the rapper these days.

The Tito Mboweni rapper, who is currently working on filling up FNB Stadium for his upcoming concert in December, revealed last week that he was so broke he was even considering selling his Bentleys.

He is financing the project himself, and says he has already spent R15 million on his dream.

Several celebrities, including Pearl Thusi, Black Coffee and Oskido, have come forward to help Cassper make history.

Some have pledged as much as R50 000 to buy tickets for their fans.

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