Cassper Nyovest is doing the most right now, his time has been stretched and we don’t even wanna think about his energy resources. So when he canceled on DJ Fresh this week, the rapper was quick to explain that it was down to exhaustion, and not an entitlement.
It wasn’t a good look, we have to be honest. Cassper Nyovest was meant to take an interview on The Fresh Drive and the rapper was a no-show, moments before going on air. DJ Fresh was audibly unimpressed and he took a moment to send some choice words in the rapper’s direction on-air. Many listeners actually cited DJ Fresh calling Cassper “unprofessional”:
I’m so happy @DJFreshSA called out Cassper today on his unprofessionalism. He’s got these tendencies. I know of a company that paid him for a campaign and he showed up and did a half assed job because he complained he was ‘hungry’. #Freshon947
— Sannie (@ThatGirl_Sannie) November 25, 2019
When Cassper caught wind of what people were saying about him, the rapper tried his best to defend himself on social media by explaining that he was too exhausted to make his way to the interview.
The there’s this. Ppl would rather see you break down or bed ridden than understand when you tired or not feeling well. I won’t always be at my best, i won’t be okay every single time. I’m sorry i couldn’t make fresh’s show today, i was literally passing out on set. I’m human. https://t.co/HYdBqAirHe
— R.M Phoolo (@casspernyovest) November 25, 2019
Cassper continued to explain that he was literally giving this concert his all when he continued:
“Yesterday was a tough day. I don’t usually have bad days as I am an optimistic human in general, but man, it gets hard sometimes. I get weak sometimes. Today’s a new day though. Gadda push! Pray until something happens!” he said on the platform on Tuesday.
“I wish people would understand how hard this is, but they don’t and they won’t. Like, it’s so hard. I can’t put it in words. Go thata, go botlhoko. Yoh! Modimo gwitsi wena. Ke kopa matla le botlhale. May #FillUpRoyalBafokeng be a success, may it touch my people and inspire them.”
Do you think that Cassper Nyovest was justified in his reasons for missing DJ Fresh’s interview?
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