- Prince Kaybee has shared that he is no longer interested in working with Busiswa again
- Kaybee and Busiswa dropped a hot track in 2018 titled Banomoya but it seems they no longer have a good relationship
- Kaybee recently said no to a tweep who suggested that he should work with Busiswa on a new song
Prince Kaybee has revealed that he is no longer interested in working with Mzansi musician Busiswa again. The two stars kept Mzansi on the dance floor with their smash hit Banomoya in 2018 but Kaybee is no longer keen to work with Busiswa.
A tweep recently suggested that Busiswa was the only thing missing on a beat that Kaybee had shared on social media as part of his #PrinceKaybeeProducerChallenge. The award-winning music producer was quick to switch off his beat after Busiswa's name was mentioned. Kaybee replied to the tweep with a huge "NAH".
Another tweep quickly asked Kaybee if he has a good relationship with the SBWL hitmaker. Kaybee, who has been beefing with a lot of Mzansi celebs on the micro-blogging app, said he "isn't sure".
"I’m not sure, I saw her tweets the other day though."
Busiswa apparently rubbed Kaybee the wrong way when she sub-tweeted him last week while he was engaged in a twar with singer and actor Naak Musiq.
Busiswa also tweeted:
"Do YOU @NaakMusiQ. We like it. More muscle pics. More car pics. More music. More great acting. Siyithanda yonke le k*k yakho."
She also threw shade at Kaybee when she called him a "princess".
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Emtee has been accused of pushing people close to him to inherit his beef. Social media users have suggested that the Roll Up hitmaker doesn't want people associated with his record label, Emtee Records, to work with artists from his former record label Ambitiouz Entertainment.
Emtee's new signee Flash Ikumkani was recently asked by a fan what happened to his song Intaka with Ambitiouz Entertainment signee Snymaan. Flash said he "cancelled" that song.
Emtee was quick to tell Flash that he doesn't "love" people who work with his haters. The star has been beefing with Ambitiouz ever since he left them last year. He wants his awards and royalties dating back to 2015 from the controversial record label. Emtee told Flash:
"No love for people who chose to be with the opps."
Tweeps were quick to assume that the rapper pushes people close to him to fight his battles.
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