- Prince Kaybee recently took to social media to give TNS a friendly advice after he was involved in a twar with a troll
- Kaybee advised the young musician to rather focus on making music than on beefing with cyber bullies
- Kaybee and the Ayabonga hitmaker worked together on Club Controller and it's good to see that he still cares about TNS's future
Prince Kaybee has taken to social media to give young musician TNS a friendly advice. This is after the Ayabonga hitmaker was involved in a twar with a tweep recently.
Kaybee, who has been involved in a lot of twars with fellow Mzansi celebs this year, advised the music producer to rather focus on making music instead of focusing on trolls. He definitely knows what he is talking about and one can only hope that TNS listens to the brotherly advice from Kaybee.
Kaybee knows how good TNS is as a producer since they worked together on the smash hit titled Club Controller in 2019. Reacting to the now deleted tweet, the Hosh hitmaker said:
"TNS focus on the music, I don’t want your brand to be like mine, this is Twitter so people that speak their mind are not welcome and they are called arrogant. I can take the heat but I don’t think its good for you. I LOVE YOU."
TNS recently dropped a new single titled Nyathela. He is also preparing to drop his double disc album titled Phupholethu. Mzansi tweeps shared mixed reactions to Prince Kaybee's advice to TNS. Check out some of their comments below:
"My bru this is soo true and sad at the same time."
"Wena you have yourself to blame bro, you burning all your bridges. You can't always be right, if you are wrong accept and move on!!!! But you?"
"You are the realist bro that's why they hate you. All you say is facts. You're such a threat to these guys."
"Good advice bru."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that that Ntando Duma has mopped the floor with a troll who came for her forehead on social media. The star served the tweep with a spicy clap-back on Twitter recently.
The Queen star shared a collage of her stunning snaps on the micro-blogging app on Monday, 7 September. She described herself as a skin glow representative. The stunner also joked about her forehead in the same post. She captioned the post:
"Sphongo (forehead) nation and skin glow representative."
Many of the stunner's followers flooded her timeline to compliment her for looking gorgeous and glowing on the pics. But one troll, @RolandSavage7, decided to shade the star's forehead. The troll wrote: "Does the sun set on your forehead?"
The stunner came back with a vicious response. Ntando replied to the troll, who has a dreadlocks haircut:
"Does the bush grow on your head?"
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