- Dr Rebecca Malope couldn't hold her excitement when she thought she was seated next to recent SAMA award winner Prince Kaybee
- She jumped for joy but her excitement was short-lived when she found out it was not Kaybee
- It was actually YFM presenter and musician DJ Supta who has worked with Prince Kaybee
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Dr Rebecca Malope is such a comic. The veteran Gospel singer couldn't contain her excitement when she thought she was seated next to Prince Kaybee during the 26th edition of the South African Music Awards (SAMAs).
The legendary singer thought YFM presenter and musician DJ Supta was the Gugulethu hitmaker. As she started jumping up in excitement, Supta burst her bubble. He told her that he wasn't the award-winning DJ.
Ribs burst into laughter after realising her blunder. Ribs even took to social media to joke about her moemish. She wrote on Twitter:
"@PrinceKaybee_SA it was nice meeting you!"
Prince Kaybee reacted positively to Dr Ribs' post. He shared that he loves her so much.
"Saw this yesterday and I couldn’t believe you even know who I am. Love you so much @DrRebeccaMalope."
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In other news related to Prince Kaybee, Briefly.co.za reported that Prince Kaybee went into South African Music Awards (SAMA26) hot and he came out on fire.
Our guy walked away victorious and we expected nothing less. While the coronavirus has made the SAMAs a little different this year, the hype was still the same, if not more intense.
Fans wanted to see if their favourite artist would bring home the gold. Briefly.co.za learnt that Kaybee walked away with the Male Artist of the Year award last night, leaving him having bagged just one out of his nine nominations thus far.
Kaybee was up against some heavy competition in this category in the form of Samthing Soweto and Benjamin Dube, but his album Re Mmino secured him the win.
Samthing Soweto did not walk away empty-handed though, he managed to scoop the Best Afro Pop Album for Isphithiphithi, and pastor Benjamin Dube got an awesome Lifetime Achiever as well as the Best Contemporary Faith Music Album for Glory In His Presence.
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