- Prince Kaybee took to Twitter to joke about his beef with rapper Cassper Nyovest
- A tweep asked the club DJ why he is not friends with Cass because they're both monied and famous
- Kaybee sarcastically said he would like to be Mufasa's friend and would like to drive his expensive Bentley one day
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Prince Kaybee has taken to social media to joke about his beef with Cassper Nyovest. This is after a tweep asked him why he's not friends with Cassper because they are both rich and famous.
Kaybee sarcastically said he actually likes Cassper and he would love to drive his Bentley one day. Cass and the Uwrongo hitmaker do not see eye to eye and they've even taken their beef to Twitter streets. They usually throw shade at each other on the micro-blogging app.
The tweep, @Oscar_T_Hamase, asked:
"Why are you and Shotpan not faves because it seems to me that you have a lot in common? You guys are talented, monied, both dropped out of school, business minded and fake humble (in my opinion). I can say you are the Cassper of house music."
The club DJ and music producer then gave a hilarious response. The musician said:
"I actually like Cassper, an inspiring Tswana man. I would like to be his friend and DRIVE his Bentley, But I don’t think if I like him I shouldn’t have an opinion. For instance the nickname I gave him was just me playing around and actually saying what I think."
READ ALSO: Prince Kaybee shades Cassper ‘Shotpan’ Nyovest in new music video
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Euphonik is one of a few artists in the world who have been able to perform internationally amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The musician, also known as Themba, has detailed performing in a foreign country amid the pandemic.
The star, along with his friend and DJ Black Coffee, recently flew out of the country to perform for a live crowd on the Greek island of Mykonos.
The star said the vibe is still not normal as he had to wear a mask everywhere he went. Euphonik explained that the parties are mostly open air events, and the staff are required to wear PPE.
Euphonik said he had to sign an indemnity form at the airport, which states he is fully aware of all the risks of Covid-19 before flying.
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