- Prince Kaybee took to social media to show off his phone features and the wallpaper of his girl
- The record producer was showing that he indeed takes part in the "soft life" and he has no shame about it
- Social media users commented on the post with different reactions to Prince Kaybee's latest flex
Mzansi record producer Prince Kaybee is known to be a bit of an oversharer at times and he has taken to the Twitter timeline to strike once again. Kaybee was relaxing and having a drink when he shared something that got the Mzansi streets talking.
He posted a picture of his phone inside a bucket of ice. Fans noticed that his phone wallpaper is a photo of himself and his lady Zola Mhlongo.
“Women take over everything, even your own home screen. Anyway let me put it on ice, it’s a hot Sunday. Enjoy yours,” he said.
Kaybee was visibly flexing and was showing the timeline that his phone can make it in ice. It was also seemingly an opportunity for him to flex his relationship with Zola, which he usually does on socials.
Mzansi social media users reacted to the snap that Prince Kaybee posted on Twitter. Take a look at some of the interesting reactions below:
"Uphambene (You're crazy). What if the relationship goes south?"
"Content creation is killing the youth."
"Another way of saying, my phone is waterproof."
"I like the way you love your woman keeps it up. You are a good example that you can be right at the top but still have just one woman and love her wholeheartedly."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Prince Kaybee encouraged artists to empower their fans. Prince Kaybee has encouraged Mzansi artists to empower their fans so that they can invest back into art.
The award-winning musician took to Twitter on Friday, 15 January and shared that "the artist is not free unless the fan is free". The Hosh hitmaker shared that when people don't work, they don't have enough money to spend on art. The musician wrote:
"The artist is not free unless the fan is free, when people don't work they don't have enough money to consume art. So we need to connect, empower and build the economy and finance of our fans so that our fans can invest back in our art."
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