Cassper Nyovest is happy with the celebrations taking place in Malawi as it brings back his memories

Cassper Nyovest is happy with the celebrations taking place in Malawi as it brings back his memories

Hip hop heavyweight Cassper Nyovest has highlighted that his concert in Malawi next month had more meaning for him than his fans could ever imagine.

Cassper Nyovest is happy with the celebrations taking place in Malawi as it brings back his memories

The rapper lifted the lid on his Malawian roots when he took to Twitter and spoke about how his origins stem from that country.

Abu FillUp told how his grandfather and a gaggle of friends walked from Malawi to SA and ended up settling in North West.

In more sort of a tell-all tweet, Cassper revealed how honored he was to urge the chance to perform within the country of his ancestry.

“Performing in Malawi in December. it is often special on behalf of me ’cause that’s where my genealogy starts.”

Proudly and boldly African, Cassper has been at the forefront of some conversations about issues regarding the continent.

In October, Mufasa called out African leaders for failing their people, reiterating how it seems they “don’t care” about black people’s lives.
This came after the three words “Africa is bleeding” had been hogging the headlines and socials. Feeling he couldn’t sit back and watch, the rapper took to Twitter to talk out about the brutality African people had recently faced…

Cassper Nyovest is happy with the celebrations taking place in Malawi as it brings back his memories

Mufasa started his tweet with a plea to his followers to boost awareness about police brutality against protesters fighting to #EndSARS in Nigeria. He also touched on the SA’s #AMINext movement that aims to bring awareness to the problems of femicide and gender-based violence.

Calling Africa a “bloodbath”, Cass also touched on the gruesome killings of Congolese and claimed the leaders of the continent had failed “us”.

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