Cassper Nyovest squashes fake #FillUpOrlandoStadium rumours

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There have been fake reports doing the rounds on social media that claimed that prophet T.B Joshua has predicted an accident that would claim a lot of people’s lives on the night of Cassper Nyovest’s #FillUpOrlandoStadium concert.

Rapper Cassper Nyovest has come out strongly against the fake reports, Cassper took to Facebook to squash the reports and referring to it as ‘the devil’s work’

"The devil is trying to do anything and everything he can to stop me from inspiring an African Youth with#FillUpOrlandoStadium and he is going to fail shem," he wrote.

Upon hearing the rumours, T.B Joshua also took to Facebook to clear the air about the fake reports and posted a statement.

"There are currently fraudulent stories circulating on social media and various websites. One is claiming that Prophet T.B. Joshua predicted a fatal stadium accident in South Africa and the other purports that TB Joshua paid an individual for claiming a fake miracle. These rumours are 100% false."   Here are some of Cassper's tweets

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