After several months of preparation, the ‘Fill Up FNB Stadium’ dream by SA rapper Cassper Nyovest has come to pass.
Real name Refiloe Maele Phoolo, Cassper recorded 68,000 ticket sold at his just ended ‘Fill Up FNB Stadium’ concert.
“Tito Mboweni” rapper who commenced the project without any official sponsor in the beginning has however recorded a massive turnout at the Nasrec sports complex.
— Today we #FillUpFnbStadium (@CassperNyovest) December 2, 2017
King of the Jungle, aka King Mufasa paraded over 60,000 fans to his two (2) lion guarded stage in Johannesburg.
Performers on the night included Riky Rick, Tshego, Distruction Boyz, Kwesta and music maestro Tshepo Tshola.
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Cassper actually sold 72,000 tickets and the event was attended by 68,000 which makes him most sold out Hip-hop show in Africa.
The record was previously held by Eminem in 2014: Cape Town Stadium (estimated 35,000) and Ellis Park Stadium (estimated 60,000) attended respective concerts.
King Mufasa embarked on this impossible journey to prove that South African local artiste (Hip-hop) could possibly headline his own show and turn up huge numbers.
Today, Cassper has proved it and South Africans are proud!
Scroll below to see exclusive photos from the concert: