- Prince Kaybee has advised his fans to make sure that their plans don't become a prison that "locks you into one position or identity forever"
- The DJ said people should always leave room for change when setting goals
- The Uwrongo hitmaker added that peeps should plan according to their strengths
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Prince Kaybee has been very vocal on Twitter ever since Mzansi went into lockdown two months ago.
The music producer and club DJ has been tackling sensitive issues that affect the country and has also been dishing out advice to the youth.
The star has once again dropped his two cents on a topic involving media personality Bonang Matheba.
A Twitter user shared a now-deleted video of Queen B speaking at an event where she advised people on the right age for young people to plan for their future, according to TimesLIVE.
Bonang stated that young people should start planning for their future at the age of 18 so that by the time they reach 24, they would have paved the right path for their future.
Kaybee said he disagreed with the beginning part of Bonang's video. He advised peeps to make sure that their plans don't become "a prison that locks you into one position or identity forever".
"I disagree with the beginning part... while planning for the future is important, make sure that your plans don't become a prison that locks you into one position or identity forever. Always leave room for change when setting goals, plan according to your strengths."
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Earlier this week the music producer advised DJs to stop doing live sets on TV for free.
He urged DJs not to work for free, especially during this "exhausting pandemic".
"During this pandemic, it's only fair to give DJs something for those TV live sets."
Briefly.co.za reported that Kaybee shaded the criticism of his "diversify portfolio" advice. The star expressed his joy at having more than one source of income.
The Uwrongo hitmaker talked about how he has more than his music to rely on in this time that the coronavirus is making life difficult for artists and entertainers.
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