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Cassper Claims He’s Not A Show-Off After Questions Of Contribution To The Impoverished Population

Cassper Claims He's Not A Show-Off After Questions Of Contribution To The Impoverished Population

Cassper Claims He’s Not A Show-Off After Questions Of Contribution To The Impoverished Population

Cassper Claims He’s Not A Show-Off After Questions Of Contribution To The Impoverished Population. Mufasa once made it clear that he will not change who he is to impress people who are “always” against him.

It now seems he may have been taking to account the ‘advises’ from his “haters”. After major criticism on celebrities who take pictures when they help the needy, the Move For Me rapper stated he preferred to help away from cameras. Since people haven’t been seeing him pitching in to help the needy in the midst of the virus outbreak, it was initially assumed he wasn’t helping at all.

As someone who is counted in the list of the richest rappers in the country in addition to him flexing every time he can, people wanted to see him donating. He quickly replied on a question of why he hasn’t been showing off the help he has been giving.

“I’m also helping the less fortunate but I don’t tweet it. I don’t have to tweet it.

“Yall don’t know what Yall want. If someone posts pictures helping, yall say they doing it for attention. When we don’t post yall think we are not helping. Mind your damn business!!!” he wrote.

In the past Mufasa have made donations of R100 000 and more to the victims of xenophobic attacks.

People who have been helping during these trying times include Simphiwe Dana, Bonang, Somizi and Mohale to mention a few.

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