- South African musician, Cassper Nyovest, has promised he would never dance to 'One Corner'
- He explained that he may be described as a drug addict if he is seen in a video dancing to it
- The musician revealed the One Corner isn't popular in South Africa
Award winning South African musician, Cassper Nyovest, has declared his intention to refrain from dancing to ‘One Corner’, a song released by Patapaa Amisty.
According to him, he may be referred to as a drug addict if he dares to dance to the song.
Speaking in an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, he added that though he knows about the song, it isn’t popular in his home country.
“I’m schooled. I love African music but I’m the only one who probably knows about it. South Africans don’t know anything,” he explained.
One Corner, which was released in the year 2017, became popular in Ghana as well as some African countries.
Some Nigerian celebrities, including Mavin Record signee Reekado Banks and Falz, recorded themselves dancing to it.
Cassper went ahead to say that he would never dance to the song, because he would be in the news for all the wrong reasons.
He added that it will not be too difficult for South Africans to conclude he is on drugs, if he is seen in a video dancing to the song.
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