Cassper Nyovest spends over R30K for baby Simba's luxury wheels

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Rapper Cassper Nyovest is enjoying being a dad.
Rapper Cassper Nyovest is enjoying being a dad.
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Rapper Cassper Nyovest recently set social media alight when he posted pictures of himself taking little Simba out for a walk in a custom-made pram by US designer Jeremy Scott. 

"My pride and joy. Lil man ridding [sic] around in a pram designed by @itsjeremyscott. How dope?" the rapper captioned the post. 

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See the post below:

Fans and followers of Nyovest were quick to do their research and find out the price of the pimped up pram. 

Many were shocked but others commended him for not holding back when it comes to spending on his son.

Thobeka Majozi, Simba's mother joined in on the comments on the post with "Only the best for this King". 

Since then, South Africans have been muttering about what they could have bought with that amount of money.

Cassper joined in some of the fun and posted a picture of a baby decked out in designer wear. 

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Nyovest seems to be relishing his role as a first-time dad. In a recent interview on Dinner At Somizi's, he said he is elated that Simba is a boy and revealed some of the lessons he plans to pass on. 

"Overall, I think the most important thing I will teach my son is to love God. Secondly, to be fearless and just go for your dreams – just to add your stroke to the painting of the world," he said. 

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