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Rapper iFani worried – It’s 2020 and I’m still blocked by Cassper Nyovest

Though it’s been years since AKA and Cassper’s beef first got tongues wagging, rapper iFani has revealed that he’s still blocked by Cassper Nyovest.

AKA and Cassper’s beef dates back to 2014 and the two remain rivals … six years later.

In April 2014, Cassper alluded that his song Doc Shebeleza was the biggest song in SA hip-hop.

iFani threw the long-standing beef back into the spotlight when he reflected on his own feuds with both AKA and Cassper.

The musician said that even though he and AKA had their differences, they were able to bury the hatchet, while he was still blocked by Cass on Twitter.

In a now-deleted tweet, iFani said, “It’s 2020 and I’m still blocked by Cassper. That’s why I like AKA’s beef more. We dish it, we eat it. Finish. The friendly ghost on the other hand?

iFani

iFani’s feud with AKA dates back to 2015, when the Fela In Versace rapper shaded iFani’s achievement of getting an album certified gold on the first day of release.

Supa Mega suggested that sponsors had bought all the albums and that iFani was lying about his rap status.

At the time iFani shared a tweet saying, “No, no new song. Just old beef. Biltong, if you ask me.”

iFani

In a series of tweets, iFani also weighed in on the feud between Maphorisa and Prince Kaybee that has been hogging headlines all week.

Earlier this week, DJ Maphorisa left the socials in a frenzy after he made an example about owning the masters to his music, alleging that Prince Kaybee, Lady Zamar, and Mafikizolo didn’t.

Not one to take things lying down, Kaybee hit back at Maphorisa with a list of businesses that he owned and alluded that Maphorisa could’ve made his point without dropping any names.

In other news – Anele Mdoda opens up about her bad parenting skill

Anele Mdoda has opened up about parenting, telling her followers about a lesson she learned from her four-year-old recently. The radio host said she has a habit of making decisions for her son, Alakhe, without involving him.

Anele Mdoda

“I have this terrible habit of deciding on Alakhe’s behalf. Example: I will ask everyone else what they want and I decide for him.” continue reading

Source: TshisaLive