Cassper To Have A Sit Down With US Radio Jock Charlamagne: What To Expect


Remember that Kanye West’s mid-show rant about n****s stealing his ideas? Well, it’s about to go to the next level as rapper Cassper Nyovest is set to sit down with US hip-hop radio jock Charlamagne Tha God later this year.

Notably, Charlamagne is the radio personality who accused Cassper of stealing Kanye West’s floating stage design. In fact, he got Cassper’s loyal fans fuming late last year when he referred to him as “some artist in Africa”. During a live discussion about musicians stealing Kanye West’s idea, Charlamagne suggested that the South African star is the artist Kanye was referring to.

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Subsequently, a meeting has been set and the pair are set to meet when Charlamagne hosts Cassper on his breakfast show in August.

The duo were able to set up the meeting during a Twitter exchange between them on Tuesday evening.

Cassper’s appointment with the radio jock is part of an American trip that will also see him perform at the One Africa Music Festival on August 19. The event will take place at Amphitheatre Coney Island Brooklyn New York.

Meanwhile, Cassper’s fans urged him to make the most of the chance he got to be on Charlamagne’s show. They are apparently anticipating some roasting.

Late last year, Cassper saw himself making the headlines for allegedly stealing the floating stage concept from US rapper Kanye West.

The whole drama unfolded after the American rapper took a few moments while performing on stage to warn fans of an unnamed artist stealing his ideas, his stage… As a result, accusing fingers started pointing at Cassper’s floating stage idea, which he debuted at the Fill Up The Dome concert in 2015.

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Consequently, Cassper became a topic for discussion on some of the biggest US media platforms. The topic was further discussed on the Breakfast Club radio show hosted by media personality Charlamagne Tha God.

At the time, the Tito Mboweni hitmaker said he would have loved the publicity if not that he was referred to as ‘some artists in Africa’.