Following the vandalisation of Cassper’s R3.7 million Bentley, the police has launched an investigation with damages amounting to R300 000.
In an interview on Monday, Douglasdale police spokesperson, Captain Mpho Kgasoane said that investigations were underway.
She confirmed that arrests have been made but could not disclose further details on the cost of the damage to the car.”I can confirm that the suspect was arrested and appeared in court on 19 December. I can’t give any details about the cost or damage to the car,” she said.
“I can confirm that the suspect was arrested and appeared in court on 19 December. I can’t give any details about the cost or damage to the car,” she said.
In December last year, Local star Cassper Nyovest reported that his state of the art Bentley was keyed outside a nightclub in Johannesburg. Furthermore, the fancy wheels reportedly got scratched when comedian Christopher Mapane was driving it.
According to the report, Mapane claimed in his statement that damages to the flashy car amounted to R300 000. he also confirmed to Sunday World that he was driving the Bentley when it was deliberately scratched with a key.
“My man, do you know with R300 000 you can get a new car? The repairs to the Bentley are crazy,” he said to the publication.
Shortly after Cassper’s R3.7 million Bentley was keyed, the rapper took to social media to express his disappointment over the incident.
“I’m in the club celebrating hard work and someone calls me saying they found someone keying my brand-new car. Mara why do have to do this? Such a beautiful night? To end like this? I worked so hard this year, not only to get what I have but to stay out of trouble. Then this?” Cassper tweeted.
He added that this is the reason why he doesn’t go around flaunting his assets in public.