Cassper Nyovest calls for a rematch after NaakMusiq wins boxing match

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NaakMusiq and Cassper Nyovest during the Celeb City press conference.
NaakMusiq and Cassper Nyovest during the Celeb City press conference.
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  • Cassper Nyovest says he is ready for a boxing rematch against NaakMusiq, after losing to the actor in the ring.
  • The Celeb City sponsored fight was at the top of Twitter's trending list, with many praising Nyovest for "reviving a sport that has been longing for media attention".
  • With his loss comes an unofficial agreement Nyovest is being called on to follow through - an appearance on Podcast and Chill with MacG.


Cassper Nyovest says he is ready for a boxing rematch against NaakMusiq, after losing to the actor in the ring.

On Saturday night, the South African artists went head-to-head in a celebrity boxing match in Sun City.

After multiple delays pushed the start of the main fight to after 22:00, NaakMusiq came out victorious.

Regardless of the results, #CassperVsNaakMusiq was at the top of Twitter's trending list, with many praising Nyovest for "reviving a sport that has been longing for media attention".

Following his fight, the rapper – who has been vocal about his preparations for the fight – called for a rematch with his victorious opponent.

"Took an L But we come back stronger. We will hear from the other team when they want da rematch, I say 3 Months would be enough and we get back in. [sic]," he tweeted.

Meanwhile, urban publication SlikourOnLife tweeted that a rematch had been confirmed.

With his loss comes an unofficial agreement Nyovest is being called on to follow through. The rapper responded positively to a tweet asking him to be a guest on Podcast and Chill with MacG if he lost.

"If I lose the fight with Naak I will go on MacG's podcast. If I beat Naak though, I'll never go on that show," Nyovest replied in February.

Nyovest is yet to confirm whether he will stick to his end of the deal.

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