Cassper Nyovest has commented on the criticism that has been shared publicly, in light of questions on the logistics of his R100 million legacy deal with Drip Footwear.
Cassper Nyovest took to Twitter on Wednesday, 9 June 2021, to post a suggestive post in light of the probe into his R100 million legacy deal with Drip Footwear. On Tuesday, 8 June 2021, the Good For That hitmaker took to his Instagram Live to reveal that he has signed his biggest partnership deal with local Black-owned footwear company, Drip Footwear. Nyovest confirmed that the deal is worth R100 million, which would make it the most expensive South African deal to date.
However, it did not take long for Twitter users to begin to probe the validity of Nyovest’s deal. Questions such as the net value of Drip Footwear arose, as well as how the company would leverage the R100 million. Moreover, some Twitter users questioned what the partnership deal would entail and whether the R100 million was a signing fee for Nyovest and Family Tree and the duration of the contract.
The rapper has not spoken up about the aforementioned, however, his post did assert his work ethic and affirmed that despite the “talk” surrounding him, he will continue to work even harder.
See the post below.
They talk, we work. Then they talk about our work and guess what we gone do ? Work some more. Then they talk even more about our work and guess what we gone do ? Work even more!!!
— Don Billiato (@casspernyovest) June 9, 2021