- Local musician Prince Kaybee has sent out a business opportunity for owners of truck transportation vehicles
- Prince shared the post on social media before encouraging his fellow South Africans to make a difference by creating jobs
- The Senekal-born also took the moment to send a message that all business trucks need two drivers instead of one
Prince confirmed that he has an opportunity for anyone that has a particular truck for business before sharing his manager's mobile number.
Several readers of the message responded to reveal with offers while other Twitter users encouraged the musician's efforts.
"I only have 24toners 3 horses on the tippers, I also have 3 x tippers, 3 x refrigerated trailers, 1 x super link Tautliner, 2 x 3 axle flat deck trailers."
"I have 10 34tons side Tippers, so what's the Commodity?... Please DM me..."
"I have three trucks with two 34 ton side tipper trailers... Please let's engage people..."
"We need more people like you king, getting contracts it's always the hardest thing. I stan."
"Hope they don't loot it cos nothing excites them anymore other than destruction Man facepalming blessings to you Kay man."
The update comes soon after the 32-year-old seemingly threw shade on Cassper Nyovest following the rapper's launch of his sneaker brand Root of Fame.
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Source: Briefly News