Prince Kaybee advises fans to downgrade if not financially stable

Prince Kaybee advises fans to downgrade if not financially stable

- Prince Kaybee has advised Mzansi peeps to learn to downgrade when going through financial problems

- Prince Kaybee, who is one of the richest musicians in SA, shared that downgrading is not the end of the world

- The award-winning DJ shared that if you downgrade and work hard again you will get back on your feet

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Prince Kaybee has taken to social media to advice his fans not to be ashamed to downgrade when things are not going well in their lives.

The Hosh hitmaker took to Twitter on Tuesday, 17 November to share that he has learnt that downgrading "isn't the end of the world".

The award-winning musician urged his fans to move into a smaller place or get a smaller car if they are going through financial problems. Many social media users have shared in the past that the Covid-19 lockdown has affected them financially.

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Even some of our Mzansi celebs also tweeted about going through financial stress during the stricter levels of the Mzansi lockdown. Kaybee wrote:

"I’ve learned that downgrading isn’t the end of the world. Yes move into a smaller place, get a smaller car, cut down clothing budget because trust me if you work hard enough you WILL get back on your feet. My prayers go out to those that have suffered the humiliation and stress."

Most of the artist's fans have agreed with him. They have flooded his comment section to praise him for his words of wisdom. Check out some of their comments below:

@mozza_onassis wrote:

"There's nothing better than that, takes guts but it's your life and don't be ashamed of your life and do things that can only help you grow ebomini."

@TshepoMaphepha said:

"I did that years ago when my business took a different turn, and I am happy to say that I am more grateful of that downgrade move."
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@siphoyimba commented:

"Thanks for this man. I'm one of those who's going through hell currently. Have many plans and ideas but my budget is not even half of what I need."

@BbwMaturity said:

"And as long as you know that you are not competing nor trying to impress nobody you will be alright. There is nothing as self-defeating as impressing people who are not impressed by your impressing."

@JO89942291 added:

"Thank you bro for your words of wisdom... God bless you."
Prince Kaybee advises fans to downgrade if not financially stable

Prince Kaybee has advised his fans to downgrade if not financially stable. Image: @princekaybee_sa/Instagram
Source: Instagram

In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee recently took to social media to share that he and US superstars Pharrell Williams and rapper Jozzy have been cooking something in studio.

The world-renowned Mzansi DJ took to Instagram on Monday, 16 November to share that the track will drop "globally" this Friday, 20 November. The Drive hitmaker also told his fans from across the world that he will also reveal some other exciting news about his upcoming album on the day. Coffee shared snaps of him, Pharrell and Jozzy in studio and captioned them:

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"It's been an amazing journey on "10 Missed Calls" with Pharrell Williams (@pharrell) + Jozzy (@dopebyaccident)...dropping this Friday, November 20th GLOBALLY with some other exciting album news!"

Black Coffee's excited fans and Mzansi celebs took to his comment section on the photo-sharing app to share their reactions on his great news.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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