Cassper Nyovest. Picture: Instagram

Since Cassper Nyovest made history after filling up FNB stadium earlier this month, the rapper seems to have changed his role from aButhi Fill Up to Father Christmas.

In just a week, the 'Mama I Made It' hitmake has donated R150 000 to help students pay their university fees.

Last week, the Gauteng provincial government announced that the rapper had given R50 000 to a Wits student initiative to help with fees.

And on Sunday, the rapper tweeted that he will be donating R100 000 to Twitter user @Ursula_Joy, who has been using the social media platform to raise funds for her fees by selling homemade ginger juice (Gemere).

The rapper came across her Twitter campaign which read: "Morning guys, I’m selling concentrated Gemere (homemade ginger juice) for R50 to help my peers and I pay for our university fees. It’s part of our #R1PaysMyFees. Limpopo and Gauteng, got them delivered last night. Please RT, great for dashing too (sic)

Cassper was so inspired by her drive that he pledged R100 000 to help her — and her friends — with their fees. He wrote: I love this. I’ll pledge R100 000 from my December Gig money to you and your peers fees. Hope it can help. (sic)

And while Twitter couldn't decide whether Cassper's generosity qualified as "too much or too little", we're sure the students appreciate the boost.