The rapper makes hectic claims on his latest album – from his mother’s battles with suicidal thoughts to his half-a-billion-rand deal with AG Mobile.
The recording artist – real name Refiloe Maele Phoolo – dropped his much anticipated third studio album, titled Thuto, on Friday, reports Timeslive.
He raps about his mother being suicidal on the album’s opening track, Confused, saying: “The other day my mother told me she was suicidal. [This is] the same soldier who told me to read the Bible.”
On the track Bentley Coupe, he raps about growing up in poverty.
Cassper raps: “I was always visiting * *****. I never hosted. I was always too embarrassed that we didn’t have enough toast,” Cassper raps.
Spilling his regrets about having “manipulated” ex-girlfriend Boity, he raps in the track I Wasn’t Ready for You:
“I started giving the side b****** your side of the bed. That s*** was so disrespectful and I don’t have an excuse. I look at myself in the mirror like, 'Dawg, what happened to you? You told this woman you loved her and then you promised her joy. She needed a man and you acted like a boy. Manipulated her mind. I got you confused. It’s time I admit I wasn’t ready for you.'”
On Destiny, he expresses his hurt and anger at an ex “partying with his enemy” and leaving him for a businessman.
He has the last say in We Living Good, when he raps about his half-billion rand dealt with cellphone firm AG Mobile.
“Pineapple Cîroc when we celebrating. AG Mobile half-a-billion from association."