“Can we have our Amapiano back?” – South African Rapper, Casper Nyovest made fun of Nigerians after Super Eagles defeat

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Rapper Casper Nyovest of South Africa mocked Nigerians following the Super Eagles’ AFCON Cup defeat to Ivory Coast on Sunday, February 11.

Remember how Nigerians pulled South Africans on Wednesday, February 7, following the Super Eagles’ triumph over the Bafana Bafana boys to secure their place in the AFCON final?

Some Nigerians even went so far as to assert that they invented the Amapiano music genre, which was first created by South Africans.

Casper has now made fun of Nigerians on Instagram in the wake of the AFCON loss.

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Cassper Nyovest, whose real name is Refiloe Maele Phoolo, is a South African rapper, composer, record producer, businessman, and amateur boxer. One of the most successful artists in South Africa, he was raised in Mahikeng, North West.

Nyovest and his buddies established the hip hop group Childhood Gangsta in 2004, when he was only 13 years old. He later left to join his next group, Slow Motion, which consisted of eight members, including Ganja Beatz record producer Aashish Gangaram.


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