Cassper’s

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din­ners with friends and me­dia to an­swer per­sonal ques­tions that they’ve al­ways wanted to ask,” Ny­ovest said.

What would a Cassper party be with­out loud mu­sic and a bump­ing dance floor? Es­pe­cially when Ma­jor League twins Banele and Bandile Mbere are on the decks.

It was also Riky Rick’s night – the rap­per had ear­lier in the day been an­nounced as the new am­bas­sador for the skincare brand Vase­line SA.

Ny­ovest con­grat­u­lated him for scor­ing the gig (and a hefty cheque).

Ny­ovest’s sis­ter Thuto, who he named an al­bum af­ter, was there to sup­port her brother, as were mem­bers of his la­bel Fam­ily Tree, which is fronted by the likes of Anatii and Na­dia Nakai.

The la­bel’s rap­per, Tshego, put in a per­for­mance, but has a way to go be­fore match­ing Ny­ovest, who owned the floor, mov­ing like a 16-year-old and show­ing off his pop­u­lar moves.

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