- Prince Kaybee went on Twitter to clear that air about the statements that Sarah Langa made recently in an interview
- The lifestyle influencer was talking about pretty privilege and how to uplift those who don't feel like they are beautiful
- Some Mzansi social media users agreed with Prince Kaybee and think that people don't listen to understand some things
Prince Kaybee took to social media to let the timeline know that he's going to defend beauty and lifestyle influencer, Sarah Langa, from trolls. Sarah's comments weren't taken well by social media users and Kaybee wanted to let people know that she probably didn't mean any harm.
"Unfortunately, many people interpreted her statement from the point of their insecurities. I think what Sarah is saying is that when you are privileged, be it with beauty, money or talent," said Prince Kaybee.
The record producer said that it's important to use your privelege not to put others down, but rather to uplift other people from their situation.
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Mzansi social media users were in agreement with Prince Kaybee's statement and others were still not exactly convinced. Check out the reactions below:
"Exactly. People will misinterpret everything to feed into their insecurities. Learn to properly comprehend what is being said instead."
"Thank you , I understood that from the get-go. It's a no-brainer what she said. They're calling her dumb as if what she said wasn't smart."
"It makes sense shame, I'm one of the people who misinterpreted it."
Unathi Nkayi got dragged online for even starting the conversation
Briefly News previously reported that Unathi Nkayi got slammed after having a sit-down with influencer, Sarah Langa.
Unathi Nkayi, a singer and Idols SA judge, recently had an Instagram chat with fashion influencers Kefilwe Mabote and Sarah Langa, and some Twitter users were not pleased with how Unathi handled the topic.
The three of them were talking about pretty privilege and how it affects society. Sarah then spoke about how important it is for beautiful people to uplift others in society.
Sarah said that when you're pretty, it's your job to uplift people in society who do not feel pretty enough. Her statement was not received well by social media users and they had a lot to say about it.
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