- Prince Kaybee took to social media to apologise to fans at Victoria Falls for missing the show
- He collapsed hours before the show and as per doctor's orders, the show was cancelled
- The star is back home recovering but promised to make it up to disappointed fans somehow
Mzansi muso, Prince Kaybee, is recovering and back home in South Africa after he collapsed before a show in Victoria Falls earlier this week.
According to TshisaLIVE, the singer was set to take the stage at a concert at the iconic landmark, but hours before the show, he began to throw up and then collapsed.
A doctor was called in to assess and treat the singer and the concert promoters eventually cancelled his performance.
The Gugulethu hitmaker took to Twitter to apologise to fans for missing the show and update them on his health.
“I would like to apologise to everyone at the Vic Falls for not showing up, got to my hotel, started vomiting and collapsed, promoter came to check up on me and Dr was called immediately.”
After Kaybee was stabilised and cleared for travel, he flew back to Mzansi. The muso posted a picture of him on the plane and again apologised for not performing.
“On my way back to SA, got some antibiotics and an injection so I can catch my flight. Really wanted to go on stage yesterday and give it my all because it was my last performance for 2019, apologies again to the people I disappointed. See you soon.”
Prince Kaybee has been recovering at home and chatting to his fans on social media.
Meanwhile, two days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that if you know anything about Kaybee then you will know he’s all about looking dapper, and that means his physique too.
Briefly.co.za knows how important Kaybee’s chiselled body is to him – he and Cassper Nyovest even get into battles over who’s got the better bod.
Taking to social media in pure disbelief, Kaybee posted a snap of his December belly just in case he was hallucinating or something.
Bra, that’s exactly what a post-December body is meant to look like!
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