- Prince Kaybee left social media users hanging with his strange "stalker" story
- The musician took to Twitter to tell his fans about "a young beautiful lady" who pretended to know him personally so she she could get to into his hotel room
- Tweeps were not impressed with the club DJ's storytelling skills as he didn't tell them what happened to the girl at the end
Prince Kaybee left social media users hanging with a strange "stalker" story that allegedly happened to him on Tuesday.
The musician took to Twitter to tell his fans about "a young beautiful lady" who pretended to know him personally so she she could get into his hotel room. He said he didn't know the girl.
The club DJ said he left his car, which the girl knew from his posts, outside the hotel when he went to sleep. In the morning, the stranger told the hotel guards that she was going into "Kabelo's" room. The guards wanted more information on who she was going to see but she failed to give it to them.
The guards then told the young lady that she needs to call Kaybee. According to the star, the girl said she lost his number. And that's how his story ended.
Tweeps were not impressed with the muso's story telling skills. They demanded to know what happened at the end but he left them hanging.
He did not say what happened to the "beautiful" lady.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Rami Chuene has reacted to claims that obese people are more at risk of dying if they contract Covid-19. The veteran actress feels that scientists are targeting obese people instead of finding a cure for the coronavirus.
According to reports, some scientists claim obesity increases the risk of death if you contract the virus. However, some of them say this hasn't been proven yet. Rami said the coronavirus doesn't care whether you're big or small.
"This is not the time to target obesity. #Covid_19 is killing everyone - left, right and centre, big or small, even the slender tsa macatalogue are being buried. What an unnecessary observation, especially if it hasn’t been ‘scientifically’ proven. Mxm."
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