- Just after social media posting that one of Mzansi’s finest musicians, Prince Kaybee, was caught cheating, a woman cheekily offered to take the guy to lunch
- Although Kaybee has responded to @Awonke_Manze, it remains to be seen if the duo will eventually hook up for a meal
- Meanwhile, the young woman’s offer has left Mzansi divided as many have told Kaybee to play low until the storm is over
In the wake of the news that music producer Prince Kaybee is a cheater, a woman decided to take her shot at the Mzansi artist.
Briefly News reported that 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. A woman referred to as Eurica shared intimate conversations she had with the music producer.
Meanwhile, @Awonke_Manze took to Twitter and offered to take the embattled musician to lunch, and the muso actually responded.
The reactions are hilarious and Briefly News also went to the comments section to find out what Mzansi social networkers are thinking.
“Stay off social media for a day or two my guy.”
“Go out with him for lunch, ton't take Taxis, he affords Uber and you'll see it in 3D.”
“My guy. It’s a phase. Everyone is claiming to be clean in public. But they do have things going on behind closed doors. It's unfortunate we had to see your story.”
“We pray it goes to the elders meeting whereby they tell your girlfriend that all men cheat and she must try to forgive you.”
“I like the way you calm this situation grootman.”
Briefly News reported that social media users had shared their thoughts about the debacle and many seem to be disappointed in Prince Kaybee.
The muso and his girlfriend had been flaunting couple goals for the longest time and many feel that Kaybee’s cheating is unforgivable.
Initially, 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.
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