Cassper Nyovest shifted his plans from the boxing ring and postponed his fight with Big Zulu to focus on bringing back his iconic #Fillup events series. In 2015 Cassper hosted the first Fillup in Johannesburg, tagged #Fillupthedome at the Coca-Cola Dome in Jozi. In subsequent years Fillup has been hosted at FNB stadium, Moses Mabhida in Durban, and even one in Walvis Bay, Namibia. Cassper stated back in 2018 that his goal was to fill up 50 stadiums around Africa.
Ahead of #Fillupmmabathostadium taking place in his hometown of Mafikeng this Saturday, December 3rd, 2022, Casper decided to give back to the people of his hometown.
“In the spirit of giving back FILL UP has bought 100 rootoffame sneakers and donated them. This is a collaboration of Fashion and Music for a purposeful outcome. We also extended an invite for the children to come watch #FillUpMmabatho for free this Saturday.” Tweeted Cassper.
“Special gratitude goes out to the Honorable Mayor for taking his time to being with us, the volunteers that constantly give their hearts out in helping the children and Department of Social Development for going the extra mile in helping us identifying these homes.” He added in a tweet.
“Calling All Young People With Ambition To Come Gain Experience And Learn More About Event Planning. Stand A Chance To Be An Intern At #FillUpMmabathoStadium. Please Bring a Certified ID Copy. Interviews Start at 09:00.” He wrote.
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