- Prince Kaybee's bae, Zola Mhlongo, has been dragged into a cheating saga
- The girlfriend of the music producer once spoke about the dangers of dating DJs and the video has now resurfaced
- As Mzansi social media users weighed in on her comments, many felt that she manifested the infidelity
Zola Mhlongo has been dragged into Prince Kaybee’s mess after he was exposed for cheating on her. An old video of Zola chatting about cheating has resurfaced and social media users have weighed in with their thoughts.
In the footage, the media personality said that she was told dating a DJ was a bad idea:
“He will play you like a disc.”
Although Zola was joking in the video, many felt that she manifested her current predicament.
Check out some of the reactions:
“Chile this did not age well.”
“You can't honestly tell me you thought that man has an ounce of loyalty in his blood.”
“The red flag was there and she decided to ignore it.”
“I cringed as I watched this.”
“She was manifesting.”
“I feel for her. Saw that interview yesterday. She gave it a chance and unfortunately KB was indeed a cheat like the stereotype of DJs.”
Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that Prince Kaybee found himself a trending topic on Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning after he was outed for cheating on his girlfriend Zola. The musician was confronted by screenshots from a woman who claimed to have been his side chick for years.
This woman, referred to as Eurica, shared intimate conversations she had with the music producer.
Initially, Prince Kaybee attempted to deny the allegations but as more evidence was shared, including a very intimate picture of him, he was forced to admit his mistake. In the last hour, the Hosh hitmaker took to Twitter and posted:
“I cheated, I humiliated my girlfriend publicly. To the people I have disappointed, the businesses I represent, my girlfriend and my Mother I profusely apologise from the bottom of my heart.”
Social media users had mixed reactions to his apology.
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Source: Briefly News