Apparently oblivious of the spelling mistake on his Fill Up Orlando Stadium shirts, rapper Cassper Nyovest has been busy publicising the much-anticipated concert.
Fans are undoubtedly counting down to October 29 for the Fill Up Orlando Stadium concert. However, tongues started wagging over an error spotted on his promotional outfit.
In the bid to remind fans of the D-day, hip-hop star Cassper took to Twitter to post an image of himself wearing one of his Fill Up Orlando Stadium shirts. Unfortunately, the stadium on the shirt turned to Staduim and the rapper didn’t seem to notice.
— FillUpOrlandoStadium (@CassperNyovest) September 10, 2016
Nevertheless, social media users quickly picked up the error on the shirt. As expected, they didn’t shy away from dominating the comments section on the page with reference to the error on the spelling.
— miranda mabona (@amabona1) September 12, 2016
@CassperNyovest ….u spelled Stadium wrong Bro…..bt m sure u already noticed that error.
— Kusta Mkuzo (@KustaMkuzo) September 10, 2016
Though the mistake was very obvious, some fans took no notice of it. In fact they were eager to get more info about the concert and possibly get their hands on the shirt!
Meanwhile, Cassper didn’t really seem to notice as well. His caption on the picture was just “48 days till we fill up Orlando Stadium,” without any reference to the spelling mistake.
The rapper is confident he will fill up the 40 000 seats at Orlando Stadium on October 29. Last year, he became the first local artist to fill up the 20 000-seat Ticketpro Dome in Joburg. The show cost more than R5 million to push through. Meaning Fill Up Orlando show will cot even more.
According to rapper Cassper, for him to deliver a three-hour; world-class show, he will need at least R25 million. Now, he’s not worried about filling up the stadium, but getting sponsorship to do it.
In view of the fact that the rapper trusts his fans to show up, we do hope they will not be sold the shirts with the errors.