- Prince Kaybee and Zola Ayabulela Mhlongo kept their relationship a secret for long enough
- Fans knew there was something going on between Zola and Kaybee but they never admitted it until now
- Zola defended her hungry man on social media, admitting Kaybee and her are an item
Prince Kaybee felt it was time to tell the world that he is all baed-up. Fans had it right, Kaybee and Zola Ayabulela Mhlongo are a thing.
Celebrities are opting to keep their personal lives private these days, and for good reason. Only when things are super serious and solid are they coming out with it.
Briefly.co.za knows that fans speculated Kaybee and Zola were vibing, but because nothing became public of it, they kinda let it slip. Kaybee tries his best to keep his personal and business life separate, but the writing was truly on the wall with this. Kaybee and Zola couldn’t hide those vibes.
The big news dropped when Zola and Kaybee got into a little social media chat-up sesh where the big cat was let out of the bag.
The whole thing started when Kaybee asked Zola to come and cook for him and a social media user told Zola to tell Kaybee to cook for himself. While sis was not about to let someone diss her man like that so she did what any proud bae would do, she defended her man.
Nawww, these two are just the cutest! Kaybee and Zola, the people of Mzansi are all about this relationship.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Rethabile Khumalo's latest collaboration with Prince Kaybee did not turn out as expected. Rethabile has been accused of stealing the track and sis is not pleased.
The music industry can get a little nasty from time to time. With so many artists out there, the competition is strong and can get dirty. Rethabile’s track Isivunguvungu was recorded for Kaybee's upcoming album but quickly hit a halt as a result of the accusations that she stole the track from someone else.
Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Rethabile felt the need to set the record straight and tell her side of the story. Sis says the drama started when Prince Kaybee shared a snippet of the track online.
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