From ‘cute and chubby’ to ‘ripped and jacked’ – Cassper Nyovest reminds us of just how much progress he has made since he made the decision to start going to the gym
The rapper was in a reflective mood this week when he decided to share a post containing two images side by side, ‘before-and-after’ style.
The ‘before’ image, taken from his earlier career, showed us a much younger and, shall we say, rounder Cassper Nyovest. The ‘after’ image, taken just a few days ago, showed off the rapper’s finely chiseled body and paid testament to the amount of work he has put in at the gym in recent years.
Mufasa was eager to encourage his followers that they too have what it takes to achieve their perfect body; suggesting that the challenges in doing so were all in the mind.
Cassper wrote on Twitter underneath the aforementioned picture, “Here’s some motivation. It’s all in your mind!!!! Consistency and Disciple is the name of the game!”
While many of his fans were admittedly inspired by his efforts, Cassper couldn’t have predicted that some people would use his inspirational fitness story as inspiration for a range of memes
People began by posting their own funny renditions of Cassper’s fit pic
Nami here's mine pic.twitter.com/GhoX82nSwc
— Chrisie_M (@SChrisie) May 22, 2019
Mina my challenge is extreme alcohol consumption🤦🏾♂️ pic.twitter.com/56dT8qlpKE
— Diced Pineapple (@ThomasBlazin) May 22, 2019
It was all fun and games until one of Twitter’s most notorious influencers, Daniel Marven, dropped what can only be described as a crude entry into the jokes and memes being shared.
The controversial tweep joked that Cassper’s track record with beautiful women was more impressive when he was chubbier than it has been in recent months:
Cassper, to his credit, was not only able to laugh at himself, but his coy reply suggested that he had the last laugh:
If only you knew…. lol carry on https://t.co/TUgsaYhGvj
— R.M Phoolo (@casspernyovest) May 22, 2019
Which version of Cassper Nyovest do you prefer? The chubby and humble character we met circa 2013-14, or the muscular, self-loving Abut’ Fill Up we know today?