Multi-award winning rapper Cassper Nyovest, is undoubtedly one of South Africa’s most accomplished rappers. The musician is known for his opulent lifestyle and he is not one to shy away from spending his hard-earned money on luxurious items including expensive rides, designer clothes, and shoes.
While many of us are balling on a tight budget, in anticipation of those December paychecks, Cassper is proving that his bag is still very much secure. Cassper recently took to Twitter to flaunt his baby’s pram and it is a dream!
The rapper posted a snap of him seemingly taking his baby on a ride with his stroller and flexed about the designer behind it. You know when one is proud of their expensive items, when you start making noise they can easily take out receipts and burry you with success.
It wasn’t long until many of Cassper’s followers figured out how much the pram costs. The pram is designed by famous designer Jeremy Scott and his strollers come at an expensive price tag. Cassper’s baby pram can apparently cost R32 000, yeah talk about levels!
The rapper has been spending some quality time with his son lately and he seems to be enjoying every single moment of fatherhood. Cassper and his baby mama Thobeka Majozi recently welcomed their bundle of joy onto the world Khutso.
Cassper named him after his late brother. The rapper said the child is a blessing to his family considering the passing of his brother.
“I feel like it’s God coming in a full circle saying I give and I take,” he explained. Talking to Somizi who asked him about what he wants to teach his son Cassper said, “The most important thing that I would teach my son is to love God and the second thing would be to be fearless to go after your dreams, add your stroke to the painting of the world,” he added,
Cassper’s baby mama recently celebrated her birthday and Cassper said he spent the day babysitting his son. “My son was moody today. He didn’t want to go to sleep & didn’t want to let his mom help as it was her birthday. I wanted to win the war on my own. Had a can of play and soldiered on. After a hard fight, I knocked his lights out. Probably one of the most rewarding feelings ever.”