Just last week Cassper Nyovest was moaning about how he was millions of rands in debt after his ‘Fill Up Moses Mabhida’ concert last year
So, imagine his fans surprise when the rapper forked out more than R200 000 on vodka at a birthday party over the weekend.
The Tito Mboweni hitmaker revealed on Twitter several days ago that he had to put plans to build his Family Tree office and studio on hold after going through a financial “ditch” after the Durban concert.
“The Family Tree Office/Studios are on hold for now. Went through a ditch after Mabhida. Had to pay seven million rands in debt, then the tax thing happened as well. I’m only starting to recover now. Should be back in progress in a couple of months and then we rock,” he tweeted.
Four days after that revealing tweet, Cassper bought 100 bottles of Circo Vodka to celebrate his cousin Carpo More’s birthday at SUMO in Rosebank
At R2 200 per bottle, the alcohol did not come cheap, and Cassper spent a whopping R220 000 – excluding the R22 000 tip!
A Twitter user shared a picture of the bill.
“This is the amount Cassper spent last night at Sumo for 100 Ciroc bottles. @casspernyovest was not playing with the kids,” the man wrote.
Despite the hefty bill, Cassper might not have had to pay the full tab because he is a Ciroc ambassador
He shared several tweets on the night, including some that included the hashtag “ad”, which indicated that his post was sponsored.
Was the alcohol sponsored as well? Before going to the club, the rapper tweeted that he would be “breaking the bank” at the party.
He revealed in a separate tweet that the club manager gave his group free mixers because they spent a lot of money on the night.
“Went in so hard the club didn’t charge me for Dash,” he boasted.
Hahaha… Guys, niggas be stealing bottles in the club and walking around capping like they balling. Mara why ? Last night was wild. Had to hide bottles from people. Never again!!! Play maybe not never but that won't be a habbit for me. Itjo!!!! Hahaha. He'e gents!!!
— R.M Phoolo (@casspernyovest) June 10, 2019
So much for being in debt!