- Anga Makubalo, aka Naak Musiq, decided to take Prince Kaybee on on social media and the people did not like what they read
- Naak responded to a comment Kaybee made about his recent car selfie and got a little too touched over it
- The people let Naak know that there was no reason to shade Kaybee that hard
Naak Musiq, whose real name is Anga Makubalo, decided to take Prince Kaybee on, trying to claim his ranking above him on the social ladder. Naak feels he is leaps above Kaybee.
Men are born with competitive bones in their bodies. They will literally compete over the smallest things and will do whatever it takes to come out on top.
Briefly.co.za came across a post where Naak responded to Kaybee, schooling him on whips and reminding him that he had it waxed way before Kaybee could even shine.
While both Naak and Kaybee are awesome guys, they are both hella competitive and like to be the alpha male. Competition between these two is bound to get nasty.
It all started when Kaybee responded to Naak’s saucy snap of him standing next to his lit BMW. Kaybee felt it was a bit cheeky for Naak to post such a boastful snap.
Naak responded to Kaybee, letting him know that he was buying boujee whips when Kaybee was still playing with toy cars so he should rather keep his comments to himself. Ishu, Naak was not playing.
Peeps saw Naak’s response and were not pleased with his response. Kaybee probably should have just left it but Naak pushed the boundaries with his comeback. Come on guys, this is not the type of example to set.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that actor and musician Naak Musiq let his fans know that he added an Audi R8 to his posh car collection.
The musician shared a picture of the beaut on Instagram with the 'punny' caption, "Fall down seven times, stand up eight". This white super-sports car will join a range of rides the star owns, including a couple of BMWs, parked at his beautiful double-storey home.
Some fans were worried he might be losing his love for another car brand:
"Seems like the love for Beemer is getting phased out real quick," the user wrote.
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