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‘I found out online’: Cassper Nyovest laughs at wedding rumours.

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‘I found out online’: Cassper Nyovest laughs at wedding rumours.

‘They chose the date and venue for me and invited me to my own wedding,’ said Cassper about his alleged wedding plans.

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South African media personality and rapper Cassper Nyovest has seemingly poured cold water over the rumours that he is getting married soon. This after rumours started spreading that he would be marrying his childhood sweetheart Pulane. A poster of the alleged wedding invite was also shared online and went viral as locals dug into the musician’s love life.

The rumoured wedding was supposedly taking place today, 16 March 2024. Heading online, Cassper Nyovest mocked these reports and joked about how he was informed of his upcoming nuptials by social media users online.

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Many of his fans laughed heartily as they realised it was all untrue.

CASSPER NYOVEST LAUGHS OFF WEDDING RUMOURS

South African media rapper Cassper Nyovest set tongues wagging after a photo of his alleged wedding invitation went viral.

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His rumoured romance with his alleged childhood sweetheart Pulane also made headlines.

Some even slammed the rapper for breaking up with his child’s mother Thobeka Majozi who they say stuck with him through his sex addiction and infidelity.

It would appear the marriage rumours were just that — rumours.

Taking online earlier today, the rapper laughed about getting informed about his own wedding online. He also shared how social media users chose the date and the venue for him.

“Monna , you’re just like me. I also found out online . They chose the date and venue for me and invited me to my own wedding. Let me know if you find anything. At least bang tlhopetse CHIPPI! So ke happy ka seo!!!” he wrote.

MZANSI LAUGHS OUT LOUD

In the comment section, many locals laughed heartily as they discussed the fake wedding invite and how they fell for the news.

“IEh rona we were happy for you dawg Hanthe it was fake news,” one person said while another wrote:

“After all those think pieces people had. I even feel sorry for them. nywe nywe baby mama, nywe nywe man acting right, nywe nywe addiction. Guys let’s learn to mind our own business. Ahi tiveni ta hina!”

“Nna I was surprised because I know how you feel about marriage. I was shocked.”

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