It seems like Andile Mpisane just can’t resist trying to steal Cassper Nyovest’s spotlight, especially when it comes to luxury cars.
Shortly after Cassper flaunted his brand-new Mercedes-Benz Maybach GLS, the chairman of Royal AM couldn’t help but show off his own Maybach. This isn’t the first time these two have clashed over owning rare supercars, as they previously went head-to-head over the McLaren GT.
On the 2nd of February, Cassper Nyovest treated his fans to a glimpse of his latest acquisition, the stunning Mercedes-Benz Maybach GLS600. With its sleek white exterior and luxurious white and black interior, this beauty comes with a hefty price tag of over R4 million.
As expected, Cassper took to social media to express his gratitude, captioning the pictures with a heartfelt “Thank you, Jesus.” He even shared a video of his mother enjoying the plush ride, adding, “God is Good.”
But it didn’t take long for Andile Mpisane to steal the spotlight once again. In a TikTok video, the 22-year-old showcased his own modified Maybach minivan, a vehicle that reality star Kim Kardashian is also rumoured to own.
@mpisaneandile10 Forever grateful 🙏🏾 #SAMA28 #fyp #2024 #andilempisane #southafrica #fypシ #fypシ゚viral #viralvideo #trending #tiktoksa #mzansitiktok #viral #maybach ♬ original sound – Musicophile🎭
With a price range of R5 million to R8 million, it’s clear that Andile is playing in the big leagues. Captioning the clip with “Forever grateful,” it’s hard not to see this as another deliberate jab at Cassper Nyovest.
Social media users wasted no time in chiming in on the ongoing rivalry. Some pleaded for Andile to let Cassper have his moment, while others labelled it “rich beef” at its finest. Regardless of the motivations behind these purchases, one thing is for sure: these two are determined to outshine each other in the luxury car department.
In the battle of the Maybachs, it seems that neither Andile Mpisane nor Cassper Nyovest are willing to back down. Who will emerge victorious in this game of one-upmanship? Only time will tell, but one thing is certain: the South African music scene just got a whole lot more interesting.