JOHANNESBURG - Refiloe Maele Phoolo, popularly known as Cassper Nyovest, has never been shy about his origins and the life experiences that moulded him into the 'resilient' young man he is today.In the wake of what has been dubbed the biggest achievement by a local artist, the success of his #Fill Up The Dome campaign, many fans are keen to know who the man behind the catchy lyrics and killer dance moves is.They put their bodies on the line 300 days a year to entertain us. she realized she didn’t know anything about them, their lives and the obstacles they broke through to get into professional wrestling!After Buzz TV’s Lilian Garcia: Making Their Way To The Ring is a platform for Superstars, past, present and future, to share their story and the journey of what it takes to be a Superstar in this business.We here, #Fill Up The Dome cause SA artists must be supported pic.twitter.com/8a Zc ZFd G7e He named the album after his younger sister after she gave him the R50 he needed to take a taxi to Johannesburg where he knew he had a better shot of realising his dreams - he's never looked back.'ORGAZMIC' TOUCH Nyovest had close ties with slain businessman Wandile Bozwana, the business owner of energy drink brand "Orgazma", who he says inspired him.The artist has been seen at many events promoting the brand in a 'not-so-discreet' way.Social dynamics in the contemporary world are rapidly changing in response to online technologies.
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Not quite the avid advocate for politics himself, Nyovest still manages to rally all behind him.
Before the president released a statement commending the artist, the EFF posted an image of its leadership at Saturday's event.
A quick internet search may reveal where he was born, who is dating or even where he went to school, but here are ten things that will make a die-hard fan feel they know "Nyovery" a wee bit better.
HE'S POLITICALLY HOOKED UP He may very well be one very few things the ruling party and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) can agree on.