Is Thobeka Majozi richer than Cassper Nyovest?



Thobeka Majozi and Cassper Nyovest (real name Refiloe Maele Phoolo) have given another reason to become Mzansi’s couple goals after the two were revealed that they are both ballsy in their relationship.

Cassper’s baby mama recently took to social media to post a picture of herself in front of her white Mercedes Benz GLE SUV coupe, which costs around R1,753,440.

Cassper’s impressive bank account is no secret from his fans and followers, but may not match the wealth of Thobeka and her family as the rapper claimed she may have more money than him.

In an interview with Slikour, the Gusheshe hitmaker revealed that it took quite some time to get Thobeka as his girlfriend as he was a player and a lady’s man at the time. She was also not keen on his money because she came from money.

“I was a player then, I had a lot of girls around me. I’m a celebrity, I have money and I’m funny, so girls loved that. I had to chase her and it took a long time for her to hear me.

“She wasn’t keen on my money. She comes from a good family and is probably richer than I am,’ Cassper said.

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Thobeka and Cassper have kept their relationship quiet and usually don’t post about each other or their personal affairs on their social media platforms.

However, the rapper is known as Thobeka’s biggest fan and regularly goes to the comment section of her posts on Instagram to show his love and adoration for her.

The two also share photos of each other and their son on special occasions to celebrate each other and the role they play in their son’s life.

Speaking to Slikour, Cassper added that he and Thobeka have a bond that no one else understands, which is why they don’t post about their relationship on social media.

“We have something that they don’t understand and they don’t know about, we don’t post about it. When we’re together, we’re together.

‘Nobody knows… our living situation, they just see when it’s right. It’s not perfect, but it’s good and it’s strong. I have so much respect for her because she’s been through so much,” Cassper said.

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