- Prince Kaybee has announced that he will donate 50% of the proceeds of his new track with Mampintsha to organisations dealing with gender-based violence
- The Gugulethu hitmaker said that their collaboration was received with overwhelming love and criticism from his fans
- The club DJ said some of his fans were not happy because he teamed up with Mampintsha who has been accused of gender-based violence
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Prince Kaybee has taken to social media to address his fans about his collaboration with Mampintsha. The music producer recently shared a snippet of the lit track with the Durban Gqom artist.
Some of the club DJ's fans criticised him for collaborating with Mampintsha because he has been accused of gender-based violence.
Kaybee expressed that while the majority of his fans loved the song, others were not happy because he teamed up with a man who has been accused of GBV.
In a Twitter thread, Kaybee revealed that he has decided to donate 50% of the song's proceeds to charity organisations dealing with with gender-based violence cases.
"While this action will not reverse the pain and damage caused by Gender based violence, I’ve decided to donate 50% of the proceeds of my collaboration and Mampintsa to charities and organizations that are working hard to stop the scourge of violence against women."
Kaybee also shared a video of Mampintsha confirming that 50% of the song's proceeds will go towards charity organisations. Briefly.co.za reported when Kaybee dropped the little snippet of the track on social media.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za has reported that AKA has taken to social media to share snippets of some of his songs that will feature on his upcoming album. AKA has been using social media accounts to promote the forthcoming project.
Supa Mega joined a band of Mzansi rappers who have promised to drop new albums in the near future. Some of the artists include, Nasty C, Cassper Nyovest and A-Reece.
AKA's new project will feature Sjava, Gemini Major,Rouge, and his friend and usual collaborator Da L.E.S, among others.
The Fela In Versace hitmaker captioned the first snippet he shared on Tuesday, 11 August, "Pop God". A few minutes later, he shared another teaser. He captioned it:
"This will be the project of the year."
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