DJ Kaybee defends Amapiano: "These are black children trying to eat"

DJ Kaybee defends Amapiano: "These are black children trying to eat"

The debate about Amapiano music is raging on, with Prince Kaybee joining the mix. The DJ took to social media to let haters know that he is in full support of the genre and the artistes should be allowed to make their money in peace.

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The debate took off a few days ago when German-born American DJ Lars Behrenroth called the genre a “snoozefest.” These comments resulted in uproar from angry fans.

Major Mzansi artists such as Black Coffee, Zakes Bantwini, and Cassper Nyovest have all come in defence of the genre. Prince Kaybee has joined the fray.

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He took to Twitter to slam DJ Lars and give haters a piece of his mind .

"These are black children trying to eat, bro. Let them shine!" he added.

He ended his rant with a message encouraging those hating on the genre to leave it alone, and keep it moving.

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The DJ is known to not take shade lying down, particularly if it involves music. Briefly.co.za previously reported that the year started off a little spicy for the award-winning DJ.

After winning the Ukhozi FM Song of the Year title, a debate broke out that got Kaybee a little heated. It was his hit single Banomoya that 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.

Taking to social media Kaybee ripped the haters to shreds. Haters accused Ukhozi FM judges of tribalism. They did not believe that an artiste born from another background could win an award from a Zulu based radio station.

Kaybee fired back hard. He reminded haters that he is not even Zulu, so they needed to take their tribalism nonsense and grow up. He even congratulated King Monada on making a great song.

Fans loved his reaction and took to social media to comment.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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