- Prince Kaybee, who is one of the most opinionated celebs, has been silenced on social media
- Kaybee recently told a tweep that he had nothing to say for the first time in his life
- Kaybee, who has become very popular on Twitter for his beefs and spicy clap-backs, had nothing to say about pics of a BMW
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Prince Kaybee is one of the most opinionated Mzansi celebs currently. When he is not beefing with fellow celebs on Twitter, he usually shares his opinions on BMW engineering and property.
The Hosh hitmaker has become a fave of many tweeps because of his spicy clap-backs and for beefing with music heavyweights such as Black Coffee and DJ Euphonik. For the first time "in his life", the award-winning musician had nothing to say when a fan asked for his two cents on pics of a BMW. The star surprisingly replied to the tweep:
"For the first time in my life I don’t have anything to say."
One fan took to the star's comment section to throw shade at Kaybee for not having anything to say to the tweep.
"Twitter has dealt with @PrinceKaybee_SA... He is now speechless... Sorry Prince."
In other news related to Kaybee, Briefly.co.za reported that the Banomoya hitmaker recently made a comment that rubbed Black Coffee up the wrong way. Unfortunately for him, Black Coffee had some time on his hands.
Prince Kaybee had 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, 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.
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