We are well aware that Hip-Hop maestro Cassper Nyovest has been trying to find sponsors in his quest to make history with his #FillUpFNBStadium. He revealed today that he is broke to the extent of looking to sell one of his luxury cars to finance the event.
However, in an interview with Metro FM’s Masechaba Ndlovu on Wednesday, the “Tito Mboweni“ hitmaker revealed that in fact he is in debt.
“I’m broke as hell. I almost sold my cars. I am flat broke. I have two employees that haven’t been paid this month. This is the first time since (Fill Up) The Dome that I don’t have money, I am in debt,” he said.
He said that he attempted sale of his cars.
“I was about to sell my cars. And this dude that was going to buy my cars, something happened in his family so he couldn’t buy the cars. So, I’m looking for someone to buy my cars. I am all the way in because for me it is not about making money. It’s about inspiring people and going all in. I don’t mind losing everything,” he added.