Prince Kaybee Gets Candid About Black Coffee Beef: "You're So Jealous"

Prince Kaybee Gets Candid About Black Coffee Beef: "You're So Jealous"

- Prince Kaybee recently got candid about his ongoing beef with world renowned DJ, Black Coffee

- The Hosh hitmaker said he only recognises Black Coffee but the superstar has not earned his respect

- Kaybee and the Drive hitmaker started beefing a few months ago when Coffee defended his friend Euphonik

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Prince Kaybee got candid about his beef with Black Coffee in a recent interview. The award-winning musician opened up about the way he feels about the Drive hitmaker.

The Hosh hitmaker explained that he recognises the world-renowned DJ's contribution in the music industry but still doesn't respect him.

The music producer, who admitted he's arrogant, shared that Coffee has not earned his respect "from a very personal point".

"Respect and recognition are two different things. I can recognise you as the world's number one DJ but you can't force me to respect you," Kaybee told Everything SA Music.

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Prince Kaybee added he doesn't see Black Coffee as a "God". He admitted that Coffee has great mixing skills when playing live.

"I don't think Black Coffee has a dope catalogue as a producer and as a creative."

Music lovers took to Everything SA Music's Instagram page to share their thoughts on Kaybee's feelings towards Black Coffee. Check out some of their comments below:

tonderaichiviya wrote:

"One word, JEALOUSY..."

bbcngwenyabutho said:

"The guy is hating..."

deservendlovu commented:

"My brother unomona (you're jealous) you won't be like Black Coffee..."

mpendulo8019 wrote:

"That's why they don't like you Prince, you are so jealous bru."

iam.optimistixrsa.5 said:

"No cap big man, you're telling the truth."

karabomfingwane added:

"@princekaybee_sa it’s funny how you say Black Coffee doesn’t have a great catalogue yet he’s been giving us hits before you came along. I mean right now Subconsciously is number one on Apple Music's dance genre and your album is number 4, not forgetting the number of streams he has on Spotify.

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"Drive has about 56 million streams on Spotify and from what I’ve seen your most streamed song on Spotify is fetch your life with 3 million. If Black Coffee doesn’t have a great catalogue then I’m sure yours is bang average."
Prince Kaybee Gets Candid About Black Coffee Beef: "You're so Jealous"
Prince Kaybee got candid about his beef with Black Coffee. Image: @princekaybee_sa, @realblackcoffee
Source: Instagram

In related news, reported that Black Coffee shaded Prince Kaybee after he weighed in on a twar DJ Euphonik had with a tweep Koshiek Karan.

Koshiek had lambasted Euphonik for encouraging peeps to buy property amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Prince Kaybee then shared his opinion on the matter. The DJ dragged celebs who tried to sound intelligent "after consuming a few YouTube videos".

"The problem is that celebrities fall for the same trap all the time, 'the urge to sound wise'. You watch a few YouTube videos you, wanna sound intelligent. Carry on, you will meet your maker," Kaybee tweeted.

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Black Coffee then jumped in to defend his friend, Euphonik. He replied to the Uwrongo hitmaker's tweep with one of his savage responses - that he has been dishing out lately.

"Here’s a question without the 'urge of sounding intelligent,'... Are you a celebrity?" Coffee asked.

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