- Prince Kaybee showed off his custom-designed whip and many Mzansi tweeps were not impressed by the design of the Mercedes Benz
- The award-winning musician shared that he can't wait to get behind the wheel of his new beast and drive it because it was "built not bought"
- Social media users shared mixed thoughts on the Hosh hitmaker's pimped ride with many saying he ruined the car
Prince Kaybee took to social media to show off his custom-designed Mercedes Benz. The award-winning musician is known in the country for driving fast and luxurious cars. He is also into racing.
The Hosh hitmaker took to Twitter late on Wednesday, 2 June and posted snaps of the whip. He boastfully said that he didn't buy the vehicle but it was built according to what he wanted. He captioned his post:
"Built not bought. Can’t wait."
The majority of his followers were not impressed by his custom-made car. Many of them shared negative reactions to his post while a few said they like the car. Check out some of the reactions below:
"Am confused as to what you actually want to achieve here. If it's speed it won't work on your favour. There's just too much air drag from the bonnet to your wheels there's absolutely zero aerodynamic here. But if it's just for entertainment maybe it will work."
"As long as you are happy."
"Doesn't look nice personally, but I'm sure it's fast and that's all that matters I guess."
"This is ridiculous."
"But this is dope looking. Like for real, looking forward to seeing the finished product."
"You're ruining this car day by day with these body kits."
Not willing to sue podcast host
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that 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.
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."
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