Black Coffee stands up for his friend Euphonik against Prince Kaybee

Black Coffee stands up for his friend Euphonik against Prince Kaybee

- Black Coffee has defended his friend, DJ Euphonik, against Prince Kaybee

- Kaybee took shots at celebs after Euphonik got dragged by a tweep for advising people to buy propery amid the Covid-19 pandemic

- Kaybee said celebs watch a few YouTube videos and then try to sound intelligent afterwards

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Mzansi Twitter has been lit ever since the country went into lockdown some two months ago.

It's been twar after twar as most people, especially celebs, are chilling at home with nothing to do.

Twitter streets have been abuzz almost all the days that South Africa has spent under lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Some of the celebs who have taken shots at each other on Twitter include AKA and his arch-rival Cassper Nyovest, Emtee and Cass and Prince Kaybee and DJ Maphorisa.

Thursday has not been an exception, Black Coffee shaded Kaybee after he weighed in on a twar DJ Euphonik had with a tweep Koshiek Karan.

Koshiek had lambasted Euphonik for encouraging peeps to buy property amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Kaybee then shared his opinion on the matter. The DJ dragged celebs who tried to sound intelligent "after consuming a few YouTube videos".

"The problem is that celebrities fall for the same trap all the time, 'the urge to sound wise'. You watch a few YouTube videos you, wanna sound intelligent. Carry on, you will meet your maker," Kaybee tweeted.

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Black Coffee then jumped in to defend his friend, Euphonik. He replied to the Uwrongo hitmaker's tweep with one of his savage responses - that he has been dishing out lately.

"Here’s a question without the 'urge of sounding intelligent,'... Are you a celebrity?" Coffee asked.

Kaybee did not back down, he responded:

"Hosh (howsit) Coffee... I see myself more as a servant of the people, if people wish to call me a celebrity or celebrate me it’s a blessing. I’m an artist and creator first, I don’t care much about the definitions of the industry because I know who and what I am."

Briefly.co.za has reported that Kaybee has advised tweeps to make sure that their plans don't become a prison that "locks you into one position or identity forever".

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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