- Award-winning musician Prince Kaybee got dragged after claiming that Orlando Pirates is the best team in Africa
- The music producer shared that he spent some time with his favourite South African soccer team on Wednesday, 31 March
- The talented Hosh hitmaker even took a snap with the PSL club's players and coaches
Prince Kaybee took to social media on Wednesday night, 31 March to share that he spent some time with his favourite Mzansi soccer team, Orlando Pirates. The award-winning-music producer even shared a snap he took with the players and coaches from the PSL outfit.
The Hosh hitmaker bragged that Orlando Pirates is the best team in Africa. And that did not go well with some of his followers. They dragged him for sharing his views about his favourite team. Kaybee captioned his snap:
"Spent some time with the best team in Africa. Love You Boys #OnceAndAlways @orlandopirates."
Tweeps took to his comment section to roast him and his team. The haters were seemingly Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns' fans. Check out some of their comments below:
"Hebana, Prince my brother do you know what is Africa?"
"Sit down... your club is not even the best in KZN."
"In Africa? You must be talking about Mamelodi Sundowns."
"You are drunk."
"Have you done a mental checkup lately."
"Which Africa, Grootman?"
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kwesta is a proud Kaizer Chiefs supporter. The rapper took to social media to celebrate his team's win against Orlando Pirates on Sunday, 21 March.
Kwesta told his fans that he had been waiting for a long time to post something positive about Amakhosi. So when they beat Pirates 1 - 0 at the weekend, he took to Twitter to post about his favourite Mzansi soccer team.
Chiefs won the game through Samir Nurkovic's superb goal. Amakhosi fans took to social media to brag about the game after it ended. Kwesta also took to the platform to post about his team.
Amakhosi supporters took to his comment section to celebrate with him. A fan @Wellbeloved_17 said:
"Pirates is our daily bread whether we're on form or not."
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