Cape Town — South African rapper, Cassper Nyovest, has announced he will not be doing his trademark ‘Fill Up’ concert this year as he has done for many years in the past.
The rapper took to his Instagram timeline and announced that he and Nasty C would be performing the final leg of their African Throne Tour, which has been highly-successful so far.
He also told fans he would not be doing Fill Up this year and encouraged fans to come out and support him for the final show.
“Joburg!!! I need you to make this tour finale with Nasty C special. I need y’all to pull up in the biggest numbers. If you’re a Cassper Nyovest fan, you have to be there !!!” he said.
“I don’t think I’m gonna do Fill Up this year sooooo this has to be treated like it as far as energy. I need y’all!! Please get your tickets now at web tickets. 28 Oct !! Jhb!! Maryfitzgerald Square!!!” he added.
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According to TimesLIVE, Cassper became well-known for his #FillUp concerts that took place around South Africa. He filled The Dome in 2015, Orlando Stadium in 2016, FNB Stadium in 2017, Moses Mabhida Stadium in 2018, the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in 2019 and Mmabatho Stadium in 2022.
He also revealed that late rapper, HHP, was the one who inspired him to fill The Dome and said HHP had given him some life lessons too.
“‘I always say what I could’ve learnt in 10 years I learnt in the two years I was with HHP. The reason I was unfu*kwithable is because I was right next to best, that was the greatest. That’s the most commercially appealing artist. Nobody did brands like him, nobody crossed over to white people like him,” Cassper said when he appeared on L-Tido’s podcast.
Compiled by Matthew Petersen