- Prince Kaybee took to social media and posted a snap of his custom-made Mercedes Benz and some trolls took to his timeline to share their thoughts on the whip
- The award-winning musician had to clap back at some trolls who shared that they don't like the design of the pimped ride
- The Hosh hitmaker seemingly doesn't care what anyone has to say about the custom-design of his whip but he just wants to get behind the steering wheel and race
Prince Kaybee posted a snap of his custom-designed Mercedes Benz on social media on Tuesday, 7 June. Some of the award-winning musician's fans shared that they did not like the luxurious whip.
The Hosh hitmaker had to defend his car and clap back at some trolls. The star was giving his followers an update on the ride that he is currently pimping. He captioned his Twitter post:
"It's coming together..., tyre lettering today."
Tweeps took to his comment section and shaded the DJ's expensive whip. Kaybee hilariously replied to one of the fans:
"They say the eyes are fond of the things you can afford..."
Another fan said he wasn't convinced by what Kaybee was doing to his vehicle. The tweep @IamSihleNdlala said:
"I'm not so convinced, maybe until I see completed work. For me, W204, C63s are just as fine untouched. The best AMGs."
Kaybee had to again defend his whip. He took to @IamSihleNdlala and replied:
"I don’t want to convince you."
Another fan who did not care what Kaybee said to other trolls took to Kaybee's timeline and shaded the star's Merc. @NestieNest wrote:
"Oksalayo this thing is ugly, it's not like you posting for yourself rra p*pi."
'Built not bought'
In related news, Briefly News reported that 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.
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