Cassper BLASTS AKA: "He's a snake. He pisses me off"
EISH just got real!
We all know about the feud with Cassper Nyovest and AKA. And while many thought it was some kind of marketing ploy, Cassper certainly proved err'body wrong!
In an interview on The Heat Show on CliffCentral.com this morning, Cassper said the feud was far from fake. In fact, he sounded angry at the situation.
"I don't like being provoked. It's gone too far and there are other things that I can't mention on air," he said. "It started as something on Twitter and now it's personal."
When presenters Andre Neveling, Editor of heat magazine, and Jessica Levitt, Editor of The Juice, cracked a joke about taking the argument to the streets, Cassper responsed by saying he is from a rough neighbourhood. "People forget that I'm a thug. I came from the most dangerous neighbourhood in Mafikeng. But I ran away from that life. The thing about that guy that pisses me off is that when someone provokes me, I retaliate."
Cassper released his latest single, Phumakin this morning. In the song, he has a line about AKA. Asked whether they'd ever sort the feud out and possibly work together, Cassper was adamant it wasn't a possibility. "He [AKA] used my name to promote his album. Now that I respond, he wants to keep it clean. I can never be friends with someone like that."
We'll give you audio of the interview as soon as it's available!