Local rapper Cassper Nyovest wants to make it clear that he isn’t afraid to step into a boxing ring with AKA.
Speaking on the boxing match proposed by AKA that set Twitter on fire a few weeks ago, Cassper wants Mzansi to know that he can take on the Supa Mega.
“But from the bottom of my heart, if there’s something that I want people to know is that in terms of getting in the ring with him, I’m not against that. I’m not against getting in the ring because boxing is a sport and I’m very competitive and I don’t think there’s anything that he can beat me at,” he said during an interview with Slikour on Instagram Live.
Cass made it known that nothing was confirmed as far as “contracts are concerned” and that the proposal wasn’t a new idea as he had also previously mentioned it. However, the rapper said for him it was just wrong timing and the approach AKA used put him off.
While he isn’t willing to tell Mzansi if he’ll reconsider the boxing match at a later stage, the one thing the rapper is sure of at the moment is that he will never be able to forgive AKA for insulting his parents the way he did.
“I won’t be able to ever like forgive for (insulting) my folks,” he said.
Cassper added that he didn’t go crazy on Twitter when AKA was insulting his parents for the sake of his brand and business relationships. He said he weighed his options and realized that he had more to lose if he stooped to AKA’s level.
He previously tweeted that he was disgusted by the insults from AKA and that was the main reason he wasn’t willing to reconsider the possibility of the boxing match.
“Someone swears at my parents and it’s ‘AKA and Cassper are boring’. I’m not innocent at all in this thing, but I have never disrespected anybody’s parents or family, so miss me with that because I just wasn’t raised as if that.”
The rapper added that “there’s a line that you don’t cross! Even with enemies!”
Watch the rest of the interview below:
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