Prince Kaybee set the tribalism rumours straight: ‘I’m not even Zulu’

Prince Kaybee set the tribalism rumours straight: ‘I’m not even Zulu’

- Kaybee has received some hate after winning the Ukhozi FM Song of the Year title

- People have accused him of winning based on tribalism

- The DJ did not hold back, he set the record straight and put haters in their place

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2019 has started off a little spicy for Mzansi’s award-winning DJ Prince Kaybee. After winning the Ukhozi FM Song of the Year title, a debate broke put that got Kaybee a little heated.

It was with his hit single Banomoya that he won the sought-after award. However, as always, haters had a little something to say about it. This was all because he won the award instead of King Monada.

Briefly.co.za saw how Kaybee was not about to take their shade throwing. Taking to social media Kaybee ripped the haters a new one.

Haters accused Ukhozi FM judges of tribalism. They do not believe an artist born from another background would be allowed to win an award from a Zulu based radio station. Yoh, the culture card got pulled hard here.

Kaybee fired back hard. He reminded haters that he is not even Zulu, so they need to take their tribalism nonsense and grow up. He even congratulated King Monada on making a sick song, but he did not win because of tribalism.

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Others jumped into and backed Kaybee on this one. It seems that politicians are the ones to blames for this whole tribalism mentality.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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