Prince Kaybee Responds to Calls to Sue SA Podcast Host: "He Wouldn't Afford It"

Prince Kaybee Responds to Calls to Sue SA Podcast Host: "He Wouldn't Afford It"

- Prince Kaybee has responded to calls to sue a young Mzansi podcast host who dragged him recently

- Rea Gopane shared that the award-winning musician was disgusting and nasty after he sent a lady nude pics of himself while in a relationship with Zola

- The Hosh hitmaker said the young YouTuber could not afford a defamation lawsuit and wished him luck in his career

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Prince Kaybee has responded to his fans after they asked him to sue a young YouTuber who dragged the musician during a recent episode of his podcast.

The award-winning musician made it clear that he is not willing to sue the co-host of The Rea and Black Step Podcast after he slammed him for sending nudes to another girl while he was in a relationship with Zola Mhlongo.

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Prince Kaybee Responds to Calls to Sue SA Podcast Host: "He Wouldn't Afford It"
Prince Kaybee has responded to calls to sue SA podcast host. Image: @princekaybee_sa
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The Hosh hitmaker took to Twitter and hilarious shared that Rea Gopane could not afford another lawsuit. He instead wished the young podcast presenter good luck in his career. The talented musician wrote:

"Why would I sue, let him speak his mind, he wouldn’t afford it. Good luck with your career @reagopane."

In the clip that Kaybee retweeted, Rea said the musician wants to be "couple goals" on social media but doing "evil stuff" behind the scenes. He said Prince Kaybee is "disgusting" and "nasty". Rea also claimed that the artist had "downgraded" because the lady that he cheated with is "not that hot".

Prince Kaybee's fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on his decision. Check out some of their comments below:

@Zwely10111 said:

"This guy is talking nonsense about you grootman, he deserves some sue nyana but ke may God bless him."

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@KingBnkosi11 commented:

"The boy is still very young. He can't even talk properly or put up a constructive comment about what he's talking about, he's not worth a blink, I just see two young men who are trying to be famous honestly."

@Tshepis90739088 wrote:

"I honour the level of maturity you're showing this young one... dogs will forever bark at a moving car, not the one that's standing still..."

@thadon_njonjo commented:

"Grootman got mature indeed. Why sue for money you know you won't get from this wannabe content creator?"

@MtsweniBlack added:

"Oh well, it doesn’t change the fact you cheated and I saw your pics yebo."

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In related news, Briefy News reported that Bonang Matheba has instituted a defamation lawsuit worth R500 000 against a local YouTuber who made damning allegations about her.

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Rea Gopane is a YouTuber who is one half of 'The Rea and Black Step Podcast'. Earlier this month, the influencer made some accusations about Bonang Matheba having a drug habit and introducing AKA to cocaine. He said that he was told this sensitive information by media personality Siyabonga Mkhwanzi, more popularly known as Scoop. He said:

“Scoop told us that AKA is on coke, and Bonang is the one that got him into cocaine. Scoop told us that, bro, after the interview we had him right here at this place.”

Bonang did not take kindly to the allegations and slapped Rea with a defamation suit worth R500 000. In the letter of demand, Bonang’s lawyers cite the financial demands as reparations for damaging her brand. With fans cheering her on, Bonang made it clear that more letters were going to be issued soon, including one to Scoop himself.

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