- Prince Kaybee has posted a funny #TBT snap of himself on social media
- Prince Kaybee seemingly had no money at the time the snap was taken
- The Hosh hitmaker's fans agreed that the musician was still on the come up when the snap was taken
Prince Kaybee has taken to social media to share a hilarious #TBT snap. The award-winning DJ rocked long dreadlocks and dark shades with a white frames.
It is clear from the snap that Kaybee was still on the come up when the snap was taken. The Hosh hitmaker posted the funny pic on Twitter on Thursday morning, 28 January.
Most fans agreed that the picture was taken before the money started rolling in. Prince Kaybee has cut his dreads and now owns a couple of luxurious Mercedes Benz and mansions. Kaybee was even surprised that he once lacked style and sauce. He shared a face with tears of joy emoji along with his captioned:
The star's fans flooded his comment section with hilarious reactions. Check out some of their comments below:
"Before the money."
"After seeing these pics, I truly believe we're all not ugly, we just need money."
"You were like Robocop with those sunglasses."
"Actually we are not ugly, we are just broke..."
"Its the shades for me."
"I respect money."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that 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."
Tweeps took to the star's comment section and shared mixed reactions to Kaybee's post. @Deejay_Buckz commented:
"Great thinking, maybe if we could host competitions for the fans and include sponsors or brands that we have the power to pull in to help enrich them.. Slowly but surely that would make a difference. Hope I'm making sense."
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