Perhaps Hip-hop artist iFani was only expressing his personal views on Cassper Nyovest’s new single, but in the process, he got to learn Twitter clapback the hard way.
Apparently, the rapper thinks the song is trash because the only part in the song Cassper’s fans know is ‘Sha Sha’. Thus, he took to Twitter to advise a user not to “waste” money on Cassper’s latest single, Tito Mboweni.
“Please don’t waste money on that song, my King On to the next one,” he told the follower.
In a series of tweets, the Shake rapper did not mince his words when he said that Cassper’s latest hit belongs to the trash. The singer who claims to be one Cassper’s fans added that the rapper should not bother shooting a music video as it would be a waste of money.
“Apologies to every Cassper Nyovest fan if my tweets offended you, when I heard Cassper was shooting a video For that Sha Sha pap, I got offended.”
Like that wasn’t enough, he went on to tell tweeps to go for AKA’s The World is Yours or Nasty C’s Hell Naw. These he said are far much better that Cassper’s song.
Consequently, Cassper fans and tweeps roasted iFani for dissing the rapper’s song.
Here are some of the memes and clapbacks following iFani’s tweets;
— Bongekile (@Bongeh_M) March 21, 2017
Black Twitter today is lit🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥😂😂😂😂😂 Poor Ifani pic.twitter.com/nScl5EuV7u
— Barh💯 (@Barh_Mzimela) March 21, 2017
— Neo O'Khosified (@NRJ_Brown) March 22, 2017
— Yashani D (@Ashley_Dorothy) March 21, 2017
Me when I realised that Ifani is still alive 😆. pic.twitter.com/twLwaN9NDe
— 🌻2017-Ning🌻 (@Ziniko14) March 21, 2017
What Ifani thought that tweet will do vs what it did 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/4QwHLUOU8E
— 🌹🌸 #TeamEfe 🌺💐 (@samkenelope) March 21, 2017
Cassper’s song, Tito Mboweni has gotten mixed reactions since its release. The rapper became the talk of Twitter town earlier this month when he released his much-anticipated single Tito Mboweni.
Perhaps it was as a result of all the hype but just about 20 minutes after the song was uploaded to iTunes, it quickly climbed the ladder to the top spot. The hit track dominated both the hip-hop and general singles chart, blowing away his rival AKA in the process.
While some tweeted about how amazing the song is, some others objected, saying it wasn’t worth the wait.