Prince Kaybee against AKA claiming poor people can't give good advice

Prince Kaybee against AKA claiming poor people can't give good advice

- Prince Kaybee was quick to clap back after AKA dished out some questionable advice today

- The rapper said he does not recommend taking advice from broke people

- Prince Kaybee said, although his mother wasn't rich, she gave him the best advice because she genuinely cared for and wanted him to succeed

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Prince Kaybee has disputed AKA's advice to not take advice from broke people.

The DJ responded to a tweet from AKA that implied poor people couldn't give good advice as they were not living the good life themselves.

AKA wrote, "If someone tries to give you advice, ask yourself 'Does this person live in the house I want, drive the car I want or generally live the life I want?'"

"If the answer is 'no,' then ask yourself what qualifies this person to dispense ANY sort of advice to you in the first place."

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Prince Kaybee responded, "Hosh AKA, my mother DID NOT live in a house of my dreams, but she gave me advice."

"So, my argument here is some people genuinely want you to prosper depending on sincerity, not what they have."

A lot of tweeps agreed with Prince Kaybee.

One tweep said, "Thanks for saying it on our behalf bro."

Another said, "That's a fact. (Some of) the teachers who taught me 'til I became a medical doctor were not doctors."

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