Refiloe Phoolo, commonly known as Cassper Nyovest, had to explain himself to the public after making a controversial statement about South African rapper and songwriter Lethabo ‘Focalistic’ Sebetse on his new song.
For the latest music offering, featuring the late Ricky Rick, Cassper Nyoves refers to his influence on many South African musicians, naming Focalistic as one of them.
“You inspired all of you niggas including Foca,” Nyovest said in the song Oh But.
Many of his followers and followers speculated that the lyrics may have been a discourse Focalisticconsidering that the two artists performed a song together, sometime in 2019, before the Ke Star The striker blew up on the international level.
Taking to Instagram to respond to the allegations and speculation, Focalistic confirmed that Cassper Nyovest was once inspired as an upcoming artist, but also made it clear that inspiration cannot be given or repaid.
Focalistic also referred to his successful career by saying that he now spends most of his time touring internationally, and that Nyovest should be the one to draw some inspiration from him.
Responding to the Focalistic recession, Nyovest said that he did not intend to take his lyrics on his new song as a disc, and that he intended to say that he was proud to be inspired by a great artist such as Focalistic , which is currently doing well. for himself.
“It simply came to our notice then. All I meant was that I was proud of an artist like his inspiration who is flourishing as it is, ”said Nyovest.
Nyovest also said Focalistic should have responded to the track by releasing its own disc track, instead of bringing it to social media.
“He said he was inspired by me so it was nothing new but now shit is weird now. He should have responded with a song if he wanted to bring it there, ”said Nyovest.
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