Cassper Nyovest

Celebrating a Decade of ‘Doc Shebeleza’: Cassper Nyovest’s Journey

South African rapper Refiloe Maele Phoolo, better known by his stage name Cassper Nyovest, recently commemorated the 10-year anniversary of his hit song ‘Doc Shebeleza’. This occasion prompted him to reflect on his personal and professional growth since the song’s release. His reflections were shared with his fans in an Instagram post on Thursday, 18 January.

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A Decade Since ‘Doc Shebeleza’: Cassper Nyovest’s Journey

According to reports from IOL, Cassper Nyovest, now 33, was recently seen getting baptized. The rapper, who has embraced Christianity, reportedly underwent baptism in an ‘echibini’, a cross-shaped pool of holy water, at St John’s. In a recent post on his feed, he took his fans on a nostalgic journey, announcing the 10-year anniversary of his smash hit ‘Doc Shebeleza’.

He stated, “Today marks 10 years of this song. I was a wild young man. God has moulded me and kept me in his grace. All the glory to God. I’m blessed, grateful and truly humbled by your support,” addressing his fans via Instagram.

The Impact of ‘Doc Shebeleza’

As reported by TshisaLIVE, ‘Doc Shebeleza’ performed exceptionally well, leading to Nyovest securing the 16th spot in the list of the top 50 songs of the decade. The rapper assured his fans, “The next 10 years will be more meaningful, more spiritual and monumental!!! Die pope sal Daans!!! This gone be special!!! Wait on it.”

Cassper Nyovest’s New Life

Cassper Nyovest has turned a new leaf in his life, embracing spirituality.

Fan Reactions

Fans reacted enthusiastically to Nyovest’s posts. Here are some of their comments:

  • “@rotimooficial said, “The next 10 years are about to be epic 🙏🏾.”
  • “@kruger.kruger685 commented, “I won’t forget getting detention because I yelled “shot gun long d**k” in class, what an era we lived in 🔥.”
  • “@stino_le_thwenny reacted, “Legendary…🙌🙌.”
  • “@dogg_dbn wrote, “Nothing was the same after this🤞🏾.”
  • “@sibusisoboemah reacted, “The rest is history.”

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By Shamiso Miracle

Shamiso Miracle completed her degree in journalism and media studies at the University of Zimbabwe before honing her skills at Savanna News. She then went on to work at iHarare News, becoming a voice for everyday SA citizens who wanted to share their stories. When she's not writing news that entertains and inspires ,Shamiso is an avid reader and a wellness bunny.

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