Prince Kaybee defends DJ Zinhle against body shaming bully

Prince Kaybee defends DJ Zinhle against body shaming bully

- Prince Kaybee has defended DJ Zinhle against a body shaming cyberbully

- The cyberbully tried to shade Zinhle for a tiny roll and Prince Kaybee was not having it

- He was an absolute gentleman and we are sure Zinhle is grateful

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Prince Kaybee just earned 10 000 brownie points in the eyes of female fans and probably DJ Zinhle too.

Body shaming is a horrible and rife act of cowardice. Celebrities are targeted hard because they are constantly in the public eye and it is not OK.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Prince Kaybee jumped to Zinhle’s defence against a body shaming cyberbully.

Zinhle has been going through a lot lately with the whole AKA drama, but sis has held her head high through it all like the boss babe that she is.

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Some coward social media user thought it would be funny to zoom in on Zinhle’s tummy and make fun of her ever-so-slight bulge – gurl, most woman would kill to only have a mini-roll compared to the whole bakery!

Prince Kaybee did not find it funny at all, he found it rather insensitive and pathetic.

Being the absolute gentleman that he is, Prince Kaybee shared the post stating that he hoped Zinhle didn’t even think twice about it.

“If Zinhle sees this I pray if flies over her head and she keeps slaying comfortably in her own skin.”
Prince Kaybee Twitter

Prince Kaybee Twitter
Source: Twitter

In other body shaming news, Boity opened up about how stressed she was about the possibility of being shaded for her weight gain once her reality show aired.

Knowing she had gained a noticeable amount of weight and the fact that her dear momma was not shy about highlighting it on her reality show, Boity had a bit of anxiety when thinking about how the public would react.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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