Prince Kaybee wants people to fight racism not make him trend online

Prince Kaybee wants people to fight racism not make him trend online

- Prince Kaybee often trends on social media, particularly in relation to the Lockdown House Party sets

- He has urged fans to rather support a more worthy cause such as ending racism

- He posted a message on social media calling for people to use the hashtag #RacismMustFall

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Prince Kaybee almost always trends when his name is associated with a project such as the popular Lockdown House Party sets. However, he is not interested in trending on social media and would rather have his fans invest their efforts into nobler pursuits, like ending racism.

Briefly.co.za learned that the Hosh created announced ahead of his Lockdown House Party set that he is not interested in being featured on the trending page, he suggested his fans should find another hashtag to support such as #RacismMustFall.

DJ Maphorisa never lets a moment pass to troll Prince Kaybee each time he tweets and made a friendly jab at him according to ZAlebs.

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Prince Kaybee wants people to fight racism not make him trend online

Prince Kaybee wants people to invest their efforts into ending racism. Source: UGC
Source: UGC

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Prince Kaybee has released his new single titled Hosh and Mzansi is loving it. #Hosh trended on social media as Mzansi jammed to the tune that brought back the weekend. The title of the song comes from a recent spat the DJ had with Black Coffee.

The word 'Hosh' trended on social media after Kaybee's spicy clap-back to Black Coffee who has questioned his celebrity status. The pair had a heated exchange on Twitter and Kaybee ended the debate by saying:

"Hosh Coffee"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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