- TNS has taken to social media to warn DJ Maphorisa not to drag him into his beef with Prince Kaybee
- The Ayabonga hitmaker said he respects Phori but will react if he keeps provoking him
- The musician, who said he has never met Phori, expressed that he will "touch" Phori if he doesn't stop talking about him on social media
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TNS has taken to social media to warn DJ Maphorisa not to involve him in his beef with Prince Kaybee.
In a video posted on the musician's Instagram account, TNS warned Phori to stop provoking him.
The Ayabonga hitmaker said he respects Phori but expressed that he will not tolerate being provoked.
The club DJ said if Maphorisa sees any weakness from Kaybee, he mustn't "refer" it to him as he doesn't want to be dragged into their ongoing twar.
"I respect you my grootman. I think we've never met ever before. You don't know me at all. I'm not involved in your beef with Prince Kaybee. Please don't involve me in your social media beef. If you see any weakness in Prince Kaybee don't refer it to me or involve me. I'll also touch you, don't provoke me."
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Briefly.co.za reported that Kaybee has denied trolling Kabza De Small's new album titled I Am the King Of Amapiano: Sweet and Dust. Kaybee took to social media last week to speak about an album that has the same beat throughout and has every song sounding the same.
The Gugulethu hitmaker tried to set the record straight on Twitter, saying that he was not speaking about Kabza's 27-track album.
Even though Kaybee did not mention any names, his tweet did no go down well with his nemesis, DJ Maphorisa. Kaybee and Phori usual shade each other on social media.
Phori's BlaqBoy Music artist and usual collaborator, Kabza, was preparing to release his album at the time of Kaybee's tweets.
Maphorisa replied to Kaybee:
"I hope he's not talking about Kabza, I pray."
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