- Prince Kaybee has no chill and rubbed Kaizer Chiefs fan's noses into the fact that Mademlodi Sundowns won the Absa Premisership
- He took a swipe at Junior Khanye while he was at it
- He wasn't finished and ended by dragging DJ Maphorisa for his recent fashion faux pas
Prince Kaybee took to social media to rub salt into the wounds of Kaizer Chiefs fans who are reeling after they lost the Absa Premiership to the Mamelodi Sundowns.
He went straight for the throat and posted a series of tweets dragging Chiefs fans.
“What did I say, what did I say? Kaizer Chiefs will not win this league.” He accompanied the tweet with laughing emojis.
He then put Junior Khanye in his crosshairs:
"Someone give me Junior Kanyes Number, I want to laugh with him."
He wasn't done, how could he forget his rival DJ Maphorisa and hit him below the belt and dissed his fashion sense:
"TODAY I will be wearing that TENT Maphorisa was wearing so you won’t miss me, don’t Tatazel."
The tent was in reference to a fashion no-no that Maphorisa was accidentally guilty of.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Prince Kaybee is about to make his last release for 2020. While other artists are gearing up to make many more drops, Kaybee has decided 2020 has been good enough for him to stop at this one.
There are a whole bunch of new releases coming just in time for the festive season and Kaybee has jumped on the boat. Mzansi artists have been doing the most to keep fans interested despite restrictions caused by the coronavirus.
In other news, Prince Kaybee is a hella proud Mzansi house DJ who believes that SA is making waves in the industry. Hearing that some feel SA is a tad behind made Kaybee feel some type of way. Don’t diss a man’s passion and not expect him to stand up for it.
Mzansi artists have really been doing the most to get the rest of the world to recognise them and take them seriously, and they’ve been doing a mad good job at it too. SA artists are being recognised left right and centre and we couldn’t be more proud.
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