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Cassper Nyovest welcomes a baby boy with Thobeka

South African hip hop star, Cassper Nyovest, together with his girlfriend Thobeka Welcome their first baby and it’s a boy!

The offspring arrived two days after Cassper Nyovest’s new album “Any Minute Now”. The album has 21 tracks and is a tribute to his son Khotso who was born on 14 September 2020.

“This album means so much more and it makes so much sense now that my son, Khotso is here.” Refiloe Phoolo writes.

Refiloe, popularly known as Cassper Nyovest – who is also referred to as Mufasa has once shared a tweet and said “Here it is!!!! My 5th offering #AnyMinuteNow #AMN. Please sit down with it. Listen to it, understand it, question it, embrace it, protect it. I love it so much. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, my baby.”

The album that’s dedicated to his son features artist such as HHP, Pro Kid, Bonginkosi ‘Zola 7’ Dlamini as well as American rapper and songwriter Boggie. The rapper has welcomed his first child with Thobeka in the early hours of Monday morning.

Cassper Nyovest in a delivery room
Cassper Nyovest in a delivery room, image: Twitter

Cassper captioned an Instagram picture wearing a Doctor’s uniform in a delivery room, “Let’s **** gooooo!!!!!! #AnyMinuteNow.” This was followed by Thobeka’s sister sharing the news on Instagram about the baby boy’s arrival.

Cassper is officially a dad. His son is named after his brother Khotso Motebang Phoolo who sadly passed on in 2003 and still continues to inspire the rapper. The baby boy was born the same day as HHP.

With so much happening in 2020, there’s finally some light in Cassper’s life and his life has literally changed forever. A big congratulations to the rapper and Thobeka.

 


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