Cassper Puts Differences Aside, Sends Condolences To Costa's Family

They had beef in the past

By  | Mar 14, 2023, 10:28 AM  | Cassper Nyovest  | Drama

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Constantinos Tsobanoglou real name Costa Titch, died during his performance at Ultra Music Festival in Johannesburg this weekend. He and Cassper Nyovest did not see eye to eye after a little misunderstanding however, he took to Twitter to send out his condolences to his family and fans.

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Costa and Cassper beefed for a while after his comments about rappers abandoning SA Hip Hop to pursue Amapiano.

“SA Hip Hop is uniting right now. If you jumped ship, stay there and let us fix what you broke -respectfully,” Costa wrote.

Cassper then responded on Twitter, saying he wants Costa to tell that to his face, "Apparently Hip Hop don't need Cassper Nyovest!!! They coming together and things are looking bright!!! Costa Ebile are yena he is fixing what I destroyed. Azange kea tsega yana mo lifeng. I'm back in SA and I can't wait to run into him so he must explain in person..."

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Costa then ended up pursuing Amapiano and Cassper 'got the last laugh.' He encouraged other artists to do what makes them bread and stop trying to beef with everybody.

He recently took to Twitter to send out his condolences.
"Artists are dying and wena you still wake up n go to studio," said a troll and Cassper put him in his place.
He then got trolled for making his death about him.
Read more: Costa Titch Family Statement: "Death Has Tragically Knocked At Our Door"

Costa then apologised to Cassper for misunderstanding his statements, "Nyovi I've let you to run with your narrative for long enough now without saying anything, I have no problem with you however, I don't appreciate how you have made this situation bigger than what it actually is. I have never said I am going to save SA Hip Hop. All I said is that SA Hip Hop is uniting. If you jumped ship, then stay there and let us fix what you broke," he said.

"What I meant by that is that You keep pushing this narrative of being on either side "I'll see Hip Hop in 3 years etc." "If you tell me I'm the greatest I'll jump on a Hip Hop song again with one of the new kids." and that's not right in my opinion.

"I feel you should have the right to do anything you wish and make both genres with a positive attitude without talking down on any of the genres. Also please let's not forget that SA Hip Hop built your success in the first place. You can do any genre and still push SA music as a whole forward as you have major influence.

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