Cassper Nyovest (Instagram)
Johannesburg- Cassper Nyovest believes that racism is something that is taught at home.
Over the past few weeks racism has reared its ugly head, which has left the entire country angered and divided.
Many celebrities and high-profile people have come forward in an attempt to defuse fires, which incidents like the Penny Sparrow racial post ignited.
During a recent TV shoot Cassper was left inspired by a little kid, who has renewed his hope in a rainbow nation.
"So I was busy shooting a TV ad today and this young chap walks up to me and says "Sawobona." I was so impressed with him but most of all I was impressed with his parents for teaching him the importance of our South African culture. Racism is taught at home, just like manners, humility, love and gratitude. Shout out to the guardians that raise kids with morals like these, parents and helpers.#Rainbownation #RacismMustFall," Cassper said.