Cassper's camp rubbishes 'ghost writer' claims

Cassper Nyovest (Instagram)
Cassper Nyovest (Instagram)

Johannesburg- Cassper Nyovest's team has dismissed claims that he owes a ghost writer R18 000. 

An up-and-coming rapper took to social media recently where he revealed that the Doc Shebeleza hit maker had allegedly agreed to use the rapper's rhymes for his freestyle Ashes to Ashes

The rapper, who is known as Emjay Moola, reportedly revealed that when he approached Cassper with the rhymes, he loved it and promised to pay him R20 000 for it. 

Emjay claims that Cassper paid him R2 000 upfront, but has since failed to pay the balance. 

Cassper's camp told The Juice that the claims are absolute "rubbish" and "pathetic." 

"It is an absolute fabrication and is ridiculous for us to even waste our time or energy addressing something so childish that is not true," Cassper's management said. 

Instead, Cassper and his team are focusing on the music, and have an epic announcement which will be made at a press conference next week.