Carpo Scores A Big TV Gig

Big ups to him

By  | Jun 12, 2021, 12:50 PM  | Carpo More  | Top of the

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Congratulations are in order for Cassper’s best friend and TV personality Carpo More. The actor recently announced that he has scored his own TV show.

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Carpo’s show titled The Carpo Show started this week on Supa TV.

Announcing the good news on Instagram, Carpo wrote: “I'm Supa excited about my new tv show starts tomorrow 18:30 #thecarposhow on @supatvsa... Can yall guess who my first guest?”
His very first guest on the show was his best friend Cassper Nyovest.

“#thecarposhow on @SupaTVsa || EP 1 || EVERY THURSDAY, 18:30 on OpenView Channel 150 had such a beautiful chat with my best friend @casspernyovest.” tweeted Carpo.

Fans seem to have loved the first episode, Martha responded: “Couldn't stop laughing! Kante onale letshogo carpo Cass ga ana waarheid wa tsietsa #TheCarpoShow”

@Katlego_Velile: “My night shift Will never be the same lol Danko Carpo #TheCarpoShow”
On the show, Carpo asked Casper about his fight with Prince Kaybee and this is what he had to say.

“Man these guys do want to fight, they talk, they tweet, and then it’s like okay it’s fine nobody wants to fight. Firstly it was the other guy and then now, unfortunately, this happened so I don’t want that fight anymore because whoever I am going to fight I am going to knock him out.”

“I don’t want to look bad nocking someone out who is going through this like Prince Kaybee is a fight I really want,” said Cassper.

Cassper is also doing well in his life, he recently announced that he has bagged a multi-million deal with Drip.

Speaking about the deal during a press conference Cassper said: “We are getting into a partnership with a new brand. It’s something separate but it’s under Drip. It involves products, it involves equity, it involves a lot of things. I’m not buying shares at Drip and he's not buying shares at my company. We are getting into a very fruitful partnership.”

Explaining how the deal works, Drip’s Lekau told MacG on Podcast and Chill:  "It's just a product and we signed a contract worth R100 million for the products. If it's a sneaker or a T-shirt worth R2000 we are going to make ones that are worth 100 Million. Up until that particular term ends. So that is how much it came to 100 million.

"If one Drip is R1000 then we are going to manufacture 100 000 Drips and that makes 100 Million. So the deal itself is worth R100M not to say by the end of term Cassper would have made R100M.”

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