Cassper Nyovest bought a new Rolls Royce

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Cassper Nyovest bought a new Rolls Royce

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Mzansi hip-hop star Cassper Nyovest is one hardworking artist, from the day he burst onto the music scene he never let his foot off the gas.

Apart from his obvious love for music, Nyovest is also very fond of cars. The first car that he ever bought was a BMW 4 Series. which he didn’t keep for too long. He replaced it with a Bentley, making him the first rapper in Mzansi to own one.

The following year, after a successful Fill-Up concert Mufasa bought another Bentley, making it two. In his hit-record Tito Mboweni Cassper said, “I got a Bentley and a Bentley Major League with the whips.”

In December 2020 on his 30th birthday, Cassper replaced one of his Bentleys with a newer model. The following year, on his 31st birthday Cassper added a McLaren worth 4.5 million to his collection.

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In a video, he shared on social media this afternoon the rapper can be seen suited up leaving his mansion with his driver heading to Daytona in Melrose – the dealership where he bought his luxury cars. Nyovest is seen checking out several cars and rubbing shoulders with prominent business owners in Johannesburg.

He then shows off a new McLaren GT Couple 2022 version worth R5,2 000 000. It is unclear whether or not Cassper bought the car or if he was just checking it out. His fans speculated in his comment section.

It would come as not that big of a surprise if Cassper did buy the car as he recently hosted a successful boxing event at the Sun Arena in Sun City. It is not known just how much did the rapper make on the night but it’s believed to be in the millions.

Cassper has hinted on several occasions that he and Naak will battle it out again in Sun City in the coming months.

In one of the interviews he did, just before the boxing match with Slikour on Life as part of his media tour, the rapper said in recent years he owned SARS millions and had to pay R700K for two consecutive years to the taxman.

“The was a time when I had to pay SARS R700K for two years. If I had one month where I didn’t make a payment they were going to reverse the agreement and still keep whatever I paid and go back to the initial amount. So, literally every single month I’m making R700k or more but I’m left with like R50k for almost two years,” he told Slikour.

Luckily for Cassper, he eventually paid off all the money he owed.

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