Cassper gives R100 000 to Xenophobic rebuild efforts

2015-05-03 15:45
Cassper Nyovest (Instagram)

Johannesburg - Cassper Nyovest has given R100 000 to help victims of the recent xenophobic attacks.

The Doc Shebeleza rapper, handed over a cheque for the amount, when he met with the Zimbabwean ambassador on Thursday night.

The donation, which was made through Cassper's company Family Tree Media will be used to finance projects, and businesses that victims of the recent xenophobic attacks, can use to uplift themselves and others.

This comes just days after Cassper performed for free in the country. 

Big ups to you Cassper! 

"Did my part in helping the world today. I donated R100 000 through my company @familytreemediaza to rebuilding post xenophobia. We starting up sustainable businesses for victims which will not only help them rebuild but also create opportunities for them to help others," Cassper wrote on social media during the event"

"I don't have all the solutions but I'm sure we can make things better by working together," he later wrote.

Cassper promised that he would do his best to help xenophobic refugees when he visited a xenophobic camp recently and It's good to see the rapper come good on his promise. Now, he's called on other artists to do the same.

"I Hope this will inspire more African musicians to get more involved as this is an African problem. God has blessed me with much and I now can bless others.#AllTheGloryToGod #NoToXenophobia," he wrote.

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