- DJ Maphorisa was left unimpressed by the wild exchange between rivals Cassper Nyovest and Prince Kaybee
- The industry enemies have organised a boxing match to fight one another and Maphorisa was just not buying it
- The Amapiano music producer called out the stunt and said that the musicians were too washed to make hits
Social media was left buzzing after Cassper Nyovest challenged Prince Kaybee to a boxing match. Everyone was super excited for it, everyone, except for DJ Maphorisa.
The music producer called out the stunt, accusing both artists of being washed out as musicians and resorting to theatrics to get attention. Taking to social media, Phori tweeted:
“See they cant make hits anymore now they wanna flight aiiii Sauta ya bora shame confused nation.”
Amused social media users shared their thoughts.
“You wanna talk to him, talk to him direct. Don't go through the corners.”
“Even yourself, you no longer have hits in your pockets, De Mthuda is carrying this country with one hand!”
“They wanna end this beef nawe you must moer Kwesta for not paying you for Ngud' production.”
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that Cassper Nyovest has taken to social media and threw major shade at the direction of Prince Kaybee. Mufasa even called the Hosh hitmaker "Princess Kaybee".
Cassper posted a video of a Mzansi boxer who had been knocked out during a bout. The Amapiano artist hilariously suggested that Prince Kaybee would react like the knocked out boxer after their #CelebrityBoxing match.
In the funny clip, the boxer cried out loud after he was knocked out by his opponent. When a TV presenter asked the losing sportsman how he was feeling, he said he was quitting the sports.
"This gone be Princess Kaybee after I knock him out. #CelebrityBoxing," the Amademoni hitmaker said.
Prince Kaybee took to Twitter and said he was ready for the match. He wants Mufasa in the ring. The DJ wrote:
"I hope and pray to God that this is not another PR stunt, so help me God. Enough talking, see you in the ring mate."
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