- Prince Kaybee shared the story of his cousin's recent hijacking incident and it hit home hard
- Prince Kaybee’s cousin was driving his mother’s Mercedes Benz E Class which was taken by the hijackers who shot at him three times
- Prince Kaybee received a lot of advice and support from his followers who are horrified at the news
Prince Kaybee took to social media to share the horrifying story of his cousin's recent hijacking. Times are getting tough and crime is at a peak, especially with the festive season creeping closer.
Taking to social media, Prince Kaybee revealed that while his cousin was lucky enough to have gotten away, he was shot at three times before managing to do so.
Prince Kaybee’s cousin was driving his mother’s Mercedes Benz E Class, which was taken by the hijackers. The hijackers shot at Prince Kaybee’s cousin three times before driving off in the car.
The car was last seen in Katlehong in the East Rand, Johannesburg, and Prince Kaybee’s cousin was only found the next morning.
“My cousin got hijacked last night, Mom's Benz is gone, my cousin was shot at 3 times and hopefully managed to escape. Found him this morning. Please contact: 072 515 3896 when you spot the car. Registration: HGL 865 FS.”
Fans took to the comment section to give advice and extend their support. Our beautiful country has become a frightening place and this is no secret. People need to stay alert at all times and take necessary precautions, especially women.
“Please don't buy your mom another fancy car. It's not worth it. It's too risky. She's mature & therefore they'll see her as an easy target, also being female and all. A Kia SUV would be better. We're living in hard times.”
“So they were going to kill him for the car... People are cruel.”
“I looked upon the vehicle that was taken from your cousin, I work at the tracking company that the vehicle HGL 865 FS is signed under and I was able to speak to Mr Mallane Setsubi, who was then able to confirm that the vehicle was indeed hijacked. I have informed the recovery team.”
“Sorry man, I'm glad your cousin still alive and we thank the mighty God for that. Hopefully he will get speedy recovery soon.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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.
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