Remember when AKA and Cassper hugged in a club after Cass filled up Orlando Stadium in 2016?
Yeah, fans rejoiced and everyone thought it was the end of the long-standing rivalry between the two rappers.
Well, just like government’s hope of making e-tolls a success is slowly wearing thin, the hope of Cassper and AKA being friends has also faded away.
Cassper, who performed at the One Africa Music Festival in London last week, was speaking to followers on Twitter about unity in the hip-hop industry when he made it clear that he and AKA would never be in the same WhatsApp group.
A tweep reminded Cassper of how AKA wanted to mend fences by performing at FNB Stadium but Cass shut him down.
The follower said that the only way there would be unity in the industry was if it started with AKA and Cassper.
@akaworldwide wanted to perform at the fill up FNB Stadium 🏟…… Instead of being polite and tell him it's too late, let us try next time. You told him to buy a ticket 🎫. The only people who can create unit is you and him. Especially you, you are the most influential
— Mthokozisi Poh Ndlovu (@pohmthokoh) June 3, 2018
Cassper made it clear that he was willing to mend fences with anyone else except that “broer” (OUCH!)
Don’t make this about me and AKA. That one will never happen. I mean it from the bottom of my heart. IT WILL NEVER HAPPEN!!! It’s gone too far. I’m talking about the rest of SA hip hop. Ain’t nobody I don’t mind reconciling with and building with except the broer. LETS BUILD!!! https://t.co/4oBICp4gj5
— Don Billiato (@casspernyovest) June 3, 2018