Cassper is calm in response to the current situation

Cassper is calm in response to the current situation

Cassper Nyovest is that the latest media personality to urge shaken by the #PutSouthAfricansFirst gang, after showcasing his support for the movements against the violence experienced by fellow Africans within the continent.

Cassper is calm in response to the current situation

You might ask who is that the #PutSouthAfricansFirst gang is. Well, a fast summary of the formation and their reasoning. The “Put South Africa ns Movement” is one that arose during the peak of the lockdown in South Africa. The cause is to possess our government to prioritize South Africans in economic and employment, raising from suggestions that foreign nationals are normally prioritized I concern to the aforementioned areas. The movement, on social media a minimum of, is led by a Twitter account called Lerato Pillay.

So when Cassper went on Twitter to showcase his continued support for the #EndSars and #EndPoliceBrutality movements that are meant to spotlight the injustices happening in Nigeria. Similar to Nasty C who was one of the primary local entertainers to publicly show his support, Cassper had to affect backlash from tweeps. The backlash over the time it allegedly took for him to showcase his support, with Cassper having to see a lover. Other comments that dragged him suggested that it had been ironic that he’s vocal about other nationalities’ struggles, but not those of his own citizens.

But Cassper tried to ignore the backlash and share more of his support by highlighting the #CongoIsBleeding movement. The hashtag is an effort to possess the planet to specialize in the unjust killing of the Congolese. The hashtag shared information stating that currently in Congo there’s a mass genocide of its people over the natural mineral, Coltan. what’s alleged is that the North, including states in Europe and therefore us, are funding militia from Rwanda and Uganda to kill the people of Congo, so as to continue stripping Congo of coltan, without paying for it.

So when Cassper showed his support of the movement to bring attention to the grave injustice happening in Congo. Again, the rapper got backlash for allegedly showing support for movements and injustices happening in other countries within the continent, but fails to try to so with matters closer to home.

So Cassper directed an entire tweet to the #PutSouthAfricansFirst movement. The “Good For That” musician cautioned supporters of the movement, suggesting that folks that support the hashtag should take care to not be xenophobic in an attempt to bring light to the important economic and employment crisis locally. His post aimed to spotlight that it’s possible to be a proudly South African without being xenophobic towards fellow foreign nationals that come from the same continent.