Cassper Nyovest is receiving trolls from numerous fans, blaming the Doc Shebeleza hitmaker for the actor’s suicide. Many know that before Patrick’s suicide, the late veteran actor challenged Cassper Nyovest to a boxing match on a video. Unfortunately, Patric called Cassper a son of a b**ch, this caused outrage, but the actor eventually apologized on another video.
Cassper’s response to the suicide
After news broke out of Patrick Shai‘s suicide, Cassper was silent, and the country watched for his response. Around 3 p.m, the rapper tweeted, “Gwitsi Modimo,” which is Tswana for “God knows.” Trolls rushed to his tweet to comment with negativity. Cassper was told that he and his fan base were why Patric was driven to the edge.
“I hope this man haunts you.”
“I hope this man haunts you.” It was one of the comments directed at Mufasa. Another follower said the rapper didn’t know what the deceased was going through. The same thing that pushed him to commit suicide might have been the same thing that caused him to provoke Cassper.
Who’s to blame for the suicide?
Although saddened, some South Africans ask what led the older man to suicide. His family asked for privacy meaning, and they are most likely not to reveal what was written on the suicide note if there was a suicide note. When he challenged Cassper, he kept speaking about his death; meaning the match was on his bucket list. Perhaps the man couldn’t cope with depression or something else troubling him, and nobody else is to blame.
A fan comes up with a theory.
Someone suggested that Patrick challenged Cassper with the intention of trending. If all eyes were on him, then he suddenly ended his life; Patrick would use his suicide as a cause to raise awareness about male depression.
Cassper’s response to the blame
Cassper tweeted that prayer is essential. It’s the only way to stay protected, and God will not desert you. After Shai’s death, he did not mention his name in both tweets.