Cassper will be performing in Zimbabwe and Swaziland (Instagram)
Johannesburg- Cassper Nyovest refuses to back down despite threats of violence and protest from Zimbabwean nationals ahead of his show in the neighbouring country this week.
Last week Cassper and numerous other musicians, who were set to perform in neighbouring African countries were threatened by foreigners standing against the ongoing Xenophobic attacks in South Africa.
The 'Doc Shebeleza' star found himself at the centre of a social media storm last week, after a post that threatened his show and life, went viral.
But Cassper has made it crystal clear that he will not succumb to the threats and his performance will go ahead as planned.
Now, the rapper has pledged that he will perform for free in the country this weekend and donate all proceeds to survivors of Xenophobic attacks.
"What's happening here at home is mad disgusting but I am coming to Zimbabwe. I will not live in fear to be in the hands of my brothers. Actually, I want to donate all my proceeds for my show in Zimbabwe next week to Xenophobia survivors. I will come perform for free," he posted on Facebook.