Ever since Casper Nyovest became a rap superstar, his lyrical prowess has been the subject of much debate. And now he is doing to others what was done to him when he asked a recent question about whether lyrics are important to music.

“Are lyrics still a thing? Or is it just the atmosphere,” Casper Nyovest – asked his subscribers on Tuesday.

At the time of writing, the rapper received over 300 responses and over 100 tweets with quotes in response to his question.

“Both at the moment,” responded Twitter user @_SMXF_.

Drop’a ntweo wena [Just drop that thing]. Retla was sick like a delirium [we’ll talk about lyrics] when the track is out,” replied @Monama_Vee.

“Rap is lyrics and mood ke trap… My view,” said @ninetyninekid.

“They’re still there, they are [are] that gets our attention,” added @samka45.

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Those who have always considered Cassper Nyovest not to be the strongest rapper lyrically took the moment to remind him that they feel about the lyrics of his music.

“[You] should listen to your songs sometime, maybe you’ll get an answer,” replied @slattt4svnflow.

“Your whole career is based on the atmosphere of WDYM [what do you mean?],” @Koketso_08 said in a tweet quote.

“Lol you never cared about lyrics,” @punter_q added.

For the most part, responses to Casper Nyovest’s tweet said that music fans still care about the lyrical content of songs.

His comment about the lyrics came after comments about the state of the music industry and prevailing tastes.

“We can’t all make the same music. Open the market, create new styles and directions. We can’t all make music for 14 year olds either. We need real hip-hop. Where are you?” he wrote on Twitter.

When another Twitter user called him out for turning to Amapiano music when the hip-hop genre waned, Cassper Nyovest simply responded with lyrics from one of his songs.

The rapper is known to be easily bothered by what people say to him or about him online, but he didn’t respond to most of his detractors in this conversation.

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