Cassper Nyovest Shows AKA's Company Some Love

He rocked the crowd while playing the hit single

By  | Mar 21, 2023, 12:37 PM  | Cassper Nyovest  | Top of The

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Cassper Nyovest and the late Kiernan Jarryd Forbes' beef has been one of the most talked about in SA Hip Hop. With AKA having lost his life in a gruesome assassination in Durban, many are speculating whether Cassper's relevance will continue as it apparently depended on the beef.

Read more: Cassper Said To Be Losing Relevance

Following in the the late Supa Mega's footsteps, Cassper made a big shout out to AKA's successful album, Mass Country by playing his hit song Company featuring Kiddominant.

Watch the clip below:

AKA also played Cassper Nyovest's Ngud and rapped his entire verse on it.
Read more: "Happy Mass Country Day"- Cassper Celebrates AKA's Album Release

Nota Baloyi was on a podcast where he spoke about Cassper Nyovest losing relevance because AKA is now dead.

"Cassper is the one who has lost the most out of all of this because that rivalry was what fueled his career," said Nota Baloyi. "He's got nothing left now. At least the rivalry kept him relevant.

"But now he's got no music, no rivalry, he has nothing left," he added, "The beef was taking oxygen from the future of SA Hip Hop."

When AKA died, Cassper reportedly told the Forbes family that his beef with AKA was exaggerated and made into something bigger than what it actually was. He visited them at their Bryanston home and later jetted off to the States.

“Cassper Nyovest arrived there and told AKA’s family that the much-publicised beef between him and AKA was over-exaggerated and that they were getting along very well and shared the same vision. He then told the family that he would not be able to attend the funeral because he was flying out of the country on a business trip.”

Cassper was left saddened by his death, "My sincere condolences goes out to Kiernan and Tebello’s families, colleagues and fans. May their souls rest in peace and their legacies be celebrated. May the Good lord be with all of you at this sad time."

"To all my fans, pls send all your love to the Megacy and family. The nation is mourning & could use more love and less evil. Unfortunately I’ll be out of the country for work but if I was around I would’ve went. I would’ve went to the funeral too," he said.

"No matter how you look at it, me and Kiernan shared a lot of great moments together and he contributed to my industry so I have to pay my respects."

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