Maphorisa says Prince Kaybee's English too much as he begs for retweets

Maphorisa says Prince Kaybee's English too much as he begs for retweets

- Prince Kaybee has inadvertently backed DJ Maphorisa's bid to raise money for Nokuthula

- Kaybee responded to DJ Maphorisa's plea to help him raise money for the wayward young lady's family

- Kaybee said he supports Maphorisa's intent to help Nokuthula, but doesn't agree with Phori's retweets approach

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Prince Kaybee has made it clear he believes DJ Maphorisa is right to want to support Nokuthula's family, but doesn't like his "provocative approach to push retweets."

DJ Maphorisa is pretty desperate to get retweets for his upcoming Pretoria show.

The DJ asked told his fans he would match every retweet with a R1 donation to Nokuthula's family.

Nokuthula is a young woman who disappeared for four years, with her family eventually believing she was dead.

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Maphorisa begged Kaybee to ask his fans to retweet the Pretoria show in order to up the amount to be give to Nokuthula.

Maphorisa wrote, "Come on South Africa. You can do better to help the family. R32 000 is still small. At least let's get to R100 000 then. Prince Kaybee, please tell your fans to retweet."

Prince Kaybee responded by asking why Maphorisa keeps poking the bear of their feud.

He wrote, "Next thing, when I respond, people say I'm trivial. I understand you want to push tickets. You can do this by just donating the money without the provocative approach to push retweets."

Unfortunately, the higher grade English Kaybee used appears to have went over Maphorisa's head.

When a fan pointed this out, Maphorisa agreed.

He wrote, "Thank you. I don't even know what the f**k (Prince Kaybee) is saying."

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