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Arch-rivals AKA and Cassper Nyovest might have a boxing match in the pipeline for September to settle their beef.
Taking to Twitter on Thursday, the “Fela In Versace” rapper said that the reason Cassper has been attacking him on social media is that they are in the process of negotiating a deal with EFC for a boxing match in September.
The truth is … the reason the guy has stepped up his [email protected] assault on me is because we are negotiating a contract with EFC for us to have a boxing match in Sep. there. You heard it first from me.
— AKA (@akaworldwide) March 19, 2020
Supa-Mega has since that tweet insulted Nyovest’s family and insinuated his manhood is small.
Mr Nyovest himself replied by insinuating that Supa-Mega is on drugs.
Kids, don't do drugs. Stay humble, keep a strong will, a strong mind and stay fly. pic.twitter.com/UC221C3bdh
— R.M Phoolo (@casspernyovest) March 19, 2020
The Twitter streets have since lit up and tweeps chimed in.
— AFRICA LETS DEBATE (@HOMIEworldwide) March 19, 2020
Public swimming pools, stadiums, theatres, libraries and sporting facilities have all been closed in Johannesburg amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Johannesburg Zoo has also closed as the city is trying to curb the potential spread of coronavirus that has now affected at least 116 people across the country.
Gauteng remains the epicenter of the virus accounting for 52% of the confirmed cases.
Johannesburg has a population of over 5.5-million people and mayor Geoff Makhubo has announced stringent measures to curb the spread in the city.
Among the measures was also that Metro and Rea-Vaya buses would also scale down on its operations as well as the capacity and would be sanitized regularly.
Cash payments on these buses has also been suspended and commuters are advised to get tags which have been provisionally made free.
— City of Joburg (@CityofJoburgZA) March 18, 2020
— Joburg Tourism (@visitjoburg) March 19, 2020
The number of confirmed cases of the Covid-19 virus now stands at 150, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Thursday afternoon.
The latest numbers have risen by 34 from Wednesday’s 116 confirmed cases, which were announced by Health Minister Zweli Mkhize.
Ramaphosa made the announcement of the latest infections during a meeting with religious leaders in Pretoria.
— News24 (@News24) March 19, 2020
President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that the number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 has reached 150. This is as the health department stated on Wednesday that the number of local transmissions were growing. https://t.co/6yqIR3wzq0
— Sunday Times (@SundayTimesZA) March 19, 2020
Again, we at Zkhiphani urge everyone to commit to social distancing if you can, wash your hands and sanitize regularly.
We will get through this.
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