- Prince Kaybee has had to remind some of his followers that he is not about discrimination
- The house music producer recently shared a clip of a Kenyan singer and said he would be collaborating with her soon
- Unfortunately some Mzansi social media users used the opportunity to spread xenophobia
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Prince Kaybee recently had to shut down a few Mzansi social media users who came at him with some negative energy. After he announced that he wanted to fly a Kenyan singer down to collaborate with him, some people passed some xenophobic comments.
The music producer did not let the discrimination slide, however. He made it clear that he was not about that type of narrative.
The Fetch Your Life hitmaker had to block the xenophobic tweeps and even responded to some.
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that Prince Kaybee took to social media to share that a Kenyan singer had "blown him away" with her voice. The award-winning musician has revealed that he has decided to work with the vocalist, named Polaris Pauline.
The club DJ explained that a month ago he shared a video of himself making a beat and Polaris took it upon herself to add her vocals to the beat.
She then shared the video online and Kaybee was so impressed that he has decided to fly her to Mzansi so they could record the track and officially release it. Kaybee shared the clip of Polaris singing on Instagram and captioned it:
"A month ago I uploaded a video making a beat, today a Kenyan lady uploaded the same beat but with her vocals on. I’m blown away, she just bagged a feature with me. Let's fly her up. Her name is @polarispauline."
In other news, Pearl Thusi has expressed her support towards the call by Nigerians to end police brutality in their country. The hashtag #EndSars has been trending on social media as Nigerians alleged that the special police force has been abusing their power.
Mzansi media personality, Pearl Thusi, has shown her support to the cause by taking to Instagram to add her voice. The gorgeous actress posted an image depicting three raised fists along with the caption:
"The movement continues... from the USA, South Africa, Nigeria and all around the world...Let’s lend each other support and fight this oppression together!#endSARS #ENDSARSNOW #endsarsbrutality #ISTANDWITHTHENIGERIANPEOPLE #IAMANAFRICAN"
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