- Black Coffee recently responded to some shade thrown at him by frenemy Prince Kaybee
- Prince Kaybee suggested that he was bigger than Black Coffee and just not appreciated by Mzansi
- After Coffee clapped back, however, Prince Kaybee retracted his statement and tweet
Another day, another controversy for Prince Kaybee. The Mzansi musician is known to be very opinionated on social media and often treads on toes while doing so. He recently made a comment that rubbed Black Coffee up the wrong way. Unfortunately for Prince Kaybee, Black Coffee had some time on his hands.
Prince Kaybee has taken to Twitter to share that he believed he was underrated. When a social media user asked him if he was bigger than Black Coffee, Prince Kaybee said that he was.
Of course social media users had mixed reactions to the post but it was Black Coffee's response that sealed Prince Kaybee's fate.
The international DJ said little. Instead, he posted screenshots of the number of streams that he has on Spotify (over 1 million) and compared them to Prince Kaybee’s numbers on the platform (over 100 000). Eish.
The response was so brutal that Prince Kaybee deleted his initial tweet. The house music producer even went on to explain that he was misunderstood.
Social media users had a field day over the apparent backtracking. Twitter user RoscoeDiablo said:
"Black Coffee single handedly dealt with you twice. hands you L after L"
"Guys are you sure that This guy is okay like I mean mentally"
"Grootman Rest Rest Rest and ignore people who are negative to you. Rest Grootman..."
"You're only being specific now wena mos you're too much... didn't you say you make waay bigger numbers than black coffee"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Prince Kaybee turned negative into positive when he turned his beef with DJ Black Coffee into a business opportunity.
There are many different ways that one can approach tough situations in life and that is what separates the strong from the weak. Briefly.co.za knows that things between Kaybee and Black Coffee are not so sweet, but that doesn’t mean they can’t have a little fun with it.
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