- Prince Kaybee has asked Mzansi social media users to help him find a man who was singing in a viral video
- The prince of house music took to Twitter and Instagram to ask his followers to find the guy as he wished to feature him on his album
- Mzansi social media users had mixed reactions to his post, some thought he was just copying Maphorisa
Prince Kaybee has asked Mzansi to help him find a man whose video was shared on social media. In the footage, the man can be seen leading a choir in song. The music producer said that he wished to work with him in his upcoming album.
He took to Twitter and Instagram to appeal to his followers to help him find the guy.
Previously, his rival DJ Maphorisa had taken to social media to find someone in a viral video and featured him in a song. Some social media users thought Prince Kaybee was just copying that.
His post read:
"This has to be an intro on my album. I need to find this guy. If you have information about him hala at the boy please”
The post was met with mixed reactions from social media users. Twitter user Lekala_Edwin said:
"There's no talent here or you just wanna be like Phori."
"Now you messing with the wrong guys."
"It is gonna be a nice intro."
"Why waste time looking for this guy but I'm here bafo..."
"This guy is making noise nje."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported that Prince KayBee has revealed to his fans that he is looking forward to retiring "soon". He made the comment on an older video while he was taking a trip down memory lane, before Covid-19.
Fans were in a panic with some saying he should retire while others telling he must stay.
“In my time, (I) can’t wait to retire soon.”
Briefly.co.za learned that he had in the past expressed his wish to retire at 35.
Similarly, AKA took to social media to drop a bombshell - he is retiring from South African hip hop. The controversial rapper posted the tweet announcing his retirement on Friday, 31 July.
Many social media users did not take his tweet seriously as the rapper is known for pulling stunts to promote his albums.
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