Cassper Nyovest launches own premium liquor brand

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Cassper Nyovest joins a few celebrities who have ventured into the alcohol business.
Cassper Nyovest joins a few celebrities who have ventured into the alcohol business.
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It seems every other month he makes an announcement.

If it's not new music, it's business ventures. He had fans excited when he made a new announcement - he's got a new alcohol brand in the works. 

Rapper Cassper Nyovest showed a teaser of the brand, Billiato, which had fans excited.

He joins a number of South African celebrities who have ventured into the alcohol industry such as  Bonang Matheba who launched BNG in 2019 and DJ Zinhle.

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Cassper has been vocal about creating generational wealth and his dream to become a billionaire and has been working to make sure that goal comes true. 

The Siyathandana hit maker recently partnered with Drip footwear. In his collaboration with the popular footwear brand, he unveiled their first sneaker together, The Roof Of Fame 990.

He is also set to take over from AKA on SABC1's popular cooking programme The Braai Show, which returns for a second season on Wednesday, 8 September.

In June, the father of one released his 7th studio album, Sweet and Short 2.0. 

The award-winning rapper and entrepreneur hasn't shared too many details about the alcohol brand but he did say Billiato will be made available by November. 

A number of his industry friends and fans have come out in support of the rapper’s latest venture.

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