Cassper Nyovest lied to the whole nation, the mansion he is staying its not his.

Recent claims have surfaced on Twitter, suggesting that Cassper Nyovest’s luxurious R10 million mansion in Kyalami might not be his own, with allegations that he’s renting it from Mamkhize at a monthly rate of R100,000.


Despite these recent controversies, let’s delve into the extravagant details of Cassper’s home that has been the talk of the town.

Known for his platinum-selling rap career, entrepreneurial success, and fatherhood, Cassper Nyovest boasts a residence tailored for royalty. Savanna News initially reported the mansion’s worth at R10 million, noting its increased value due to various renovations over the years.

Stepping into Cassper’s Kyalami haven, one encounters a breathtaking garden and an expansive outdoor area ideal for star-studded summer gatherings. The well-maintained backyard includes a jungle gym for his son, Khotso, according to The Citizen. Notably, in 2021, Cassper collaborated with local artist Ennok Mlangeni for a unique piece by the swimming pool.

Inside the mansion, two grand staircases and a spacious lounge set the stage for impromptu photoshoots and intimate game nights with close friends. Cassper’s home showcases a lifestyle of luxury and entertainment.

Exploring the rapper’s garage reveals a collection that reflects his success. Celebrating his 31st birthday, Cassper welcomed a brand-new McLaren GT, joining his existing luxury vehicles—a Bentley Continental GT V8 purchased in November 2016 and a Rolls Royce, reportedly worth R8.5 million, acquired in February 2021. Plans for a Ferrari in 2020 were stalled by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Amidst these revelations, Cassper Nyovest made a triumphant return to the hip-hop scene with the track “Ooh Aah,” featuring Ambitiouz Entertainment signee Fakaloice and the late Riky Rick. While the controversy surrounding his mansion unfolds, Cassper continues to navigate the rap scene with flair and style.