Chris Martin pays respect to Cassper Nyovest and bows down to him on stage 0

Cassper Nyovest has been making headlines for more than 48 hours at least here in South Africa and receiving praises across the entire Africa by filling up the Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban.

Immediately after he filled the Moses Mabhida Stadium to a capacity of 62,760 revelers, on December 1st, Cassper Nyovest flew all the way to Johannesburg at FNB Stadium to perform at the global citizen festival 2018 where he performed with the legendary Chris Martin, Stormzy and Mahotella Queens where he gave a wonderful performance that will never be forgotten.

Also read: photos of how Cassper Nyovest’s #FillUPMosesMabhida went down

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After Cassper Nyovest was done performing ‘Timbuktu’ -which is a song that is originally done by himself together with Los Unidades and features Stormzy and Jess Kent- together with Chris Martin and Stormzy, both [Stormzy and Chris Martin] gave him a bowed their heads in respect to Cassper Nyovest but it was Chris Martin who went all the way down on his knees and bowed down to Cassper Nyovest and did the most humbling thing ever and tied the shoes of Cassper Nyovest live on stage paying him respect like none other.

It’s safe to say that indeed Cassper Nyovest is a living legend by now and he doesn’t need any justification from anyone and doesn’t need to prove himself to anyone in the entire globe, especially after his first ever Kwaitu album ‘Sweet And Short’ went GOLD in the first day on December 1st making history yet again.

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