Cassper Nyovest Loses Money

He said he is going to have to let go off his employees

By  | Jun 28, 2021, 01:45 PM  | Cassper Nyovest  | Top of the

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Multi-award-winning rapper Cassper Nyovest recently shared that his money has gone under the drain following the president’s national address that the country is going to level 4 of the lockdown.

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Cassper said he had to postpone his shoe launch and also he is going to have to cut his staff members.
However, he made it clear that he can survive years without an income, he is only worried about his employees.

 “Lemme tell you sumn big fella. I will not be affected at all my guy. I am set to survive years with no income. My employees though, I will have to let go of at this rate. How are they going to feed their families? Yall do not understand that our businesses feed so many families,” he said responding to a fan who implied that he is only speaking out now because he is directly affected.
Cassper also shamed a newspaper for reporting on Celebs struggling to pay off their homes during the pandemic after it was reported that Thembi Seete had paid 50 000 in arrears to avoid losing her house in Greenstone Hill.

He tweeted: "There's a whole pandemic & this is what you guys wanna write about? Your leaders are stealing money that was supposed to aid the nation & save lives but yall thought this would make a great headline? This is dumb! We want to know what is happening to our country, not gossip!"

He added that: "Newspapers writing about anyone losing cars and homes at this time are the pits. We are in the middle of a pandemic bro! What do you expect? I understand if it was a slow news day but you can't have a slow news day in the middle of a pandemic. We don't wanna hear that!!!"
Other celebrities also agreed with Cassper, Here is what they had to say.
Penny said it is very sad that they are not getting their full salaries and they no longer have other streams of income yet they have to endure newspapers shaming them.

She tweeted: "To think we are not even getting our full salaries but we show up to work every day. To think the extra income we made from other streams are gone. We can not afford to pay anything full and on time. Now we must deal wt Newspapers shaming [email protected]."

Simphiwe Dana: “This article is sensationalist and lacks basic human empathy. It could have highlighted the plight of artists whose industry is facing complete collapse. Disappointing.”

Mbuyiseni Ndlovu: “Inhuman, disgraceful, unethical Journalism… what was the ethics talk after all with your idiotic SANEF? Empty - not to ever be taken seriously!”

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