- Prince Kaybee has encouraged his fans to support black business
- Prince Kaybee was responding to a tweep who called Drip out for making shoes that don't last
- Kaybee offered to buy the critic three more pairs of the locally manufactured shoes but some disagreed with him
Prince Kaybee took to social media recently to encourage South Africans to support black businesses. The award-winning music producer's post was sparked by a tweep who posted a scathing review of a pair of Drip shoes.
Replying to the now-deleted post, the Hosh hitmaker offered to buy three more pairs of the locally produced shoes for the unsatisfied customer. He wrote on Twitter on Monday, 21 December.
"We are playing catch up as Black People, we are going to make mistakes, have a little faith and rally behind your brother, this is when we need each other most. On behalf of Drip I’m offering to buy you 3 more pairs."
Tweeps have shared mixed reactions to Prince Kaybee's post. Check out some of their comments below:
"Narrative Ena yalona (this narrative) that black businesses shouldn't get bad reviews because they are upcoming is total crap, if they don't get bad reviews how will they know about their shortcomings and fix errors? Yoh, ha,ah."
"Leadership right there, let's grow black economy instead of killing it."
"But how many will have this privilege of getting 3 more pairs? How about rather focusing on Drip making quality shoes for everyone."
"So true we judge each other harshly, we forget that we are starting right at the bottom. We can only grow when we uplift each other."
"This is not a solid solution. Drip must make quality shoes that's all, this thing of catching feelings for a reasonable call out is a weak business."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Prince Kaybee took to social media recently to post suggestive pics of himself and his bae Zola Mhlongo. The award-winning musician shared the saucy pics on Twitter on Tuesday, 22 December.
In the pics, the Hosh hitmaker is lying on his stomach while his Zola, who is a Gagasi FM radio host, is lying on his back. Social media users have shared mixed reactions to the snaps.
Some tweeps felt sorry for the person who was taking the pictures while others shared that the couple should just get married. A tweep @NjabuloSidwell wrote:
"Who is taking these pictures."
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