- Prince Kaybee recently got real with a fan when he told her that it doesn't mean she'll be rich because she's a hard worker
- Kaybee expressed that a person can be a hard worker but still be broke
- Kaybee advised tweeps that they need to work smart instead of working hard
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Prince Kaybee recently took to social media to tell his fans that working hard doesn't mean they'll be rich. The award-winning producer got real with his followers and told them that they can work hard but still be broke.
Kaybee, who is one of the most opinionated Mzansi celebs, took to Twitter to dish out advice on life and money. The star wrote:
"Everything you’ve been doing or going through relates to what you become."
A tweep then took to his comment section to tell him that she "better be rich" because she is a a hard worker. Prince Kaybee, who is popular for not mincing his words on the micro-blogging app, immediately burst the tweep's bubble. He replied to her tweet:
"You perform your true potential with the least amount of effort, you can be the hardest working and still be broke."
Most of the Hosh hitmaker's fans agreed with his statement. Check out some of their comments below:
"Interesting post... One executive creative director once highlighted that he charges high rates per hour, not coz it's now easy but it's all the 20 years of hard work before today."
"That's powerful. Work smart, not hard."
"Reality is created in our thoughts."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Master KG took to social media to praise songstress Nomcebo Zikode's new song titled Xola Moya Wam'. The song is taken off her recently released album Xola Moya Wami.
The world-renowned musician described Nomcebo's song as "a beautiful record". The song features Master KG himself. It was released a few weeks ago but has already garnered more than five million listens on YouTube. Mzansi social media users have also expressed that the song is a banger.
Master KG, who has been keeping Mzansi and the world dancing the Covid-19 blues away, tweeted:
"But @Nomcebozikode Xola Moya Wami guy. This is a beautiful record."
The humbled singer showed her appreciation to Master KG's shout-out. She replied to him with a sweet post. Nomcebo wrote:
"Thank you Master, you are just an angel sent by God."
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