- Prince Kaybee says that the woman who leaked his private pictures online is going to pay for what she did
- The lady is named Hazel and Prince Kaybee says that she's going to jail for leaking his nudes on social media
- Mzansi social media users are arguing what the best course of action should be in these kinds of situations
Earlier this week, record producer Prince Kaybee found himself entangled in a scandal when intimate photos of him were released. The woman who published the photos online is named Hazel and Prince Kaybee says that the lady is going to jail.
Hazel issued an official apology to Prince Kaybee on social media and said she was sorry for distributing the photos, along with offending statements.
Replying to the tweet, Prince Kaybee said that Hazel was going to be punished for what she did. This was after a fan said that he should teach her a lesson. Prince Kaybee commented:
"She's going to jail mate."
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Social media users were arguing in the comments section about what Hazel did and had quite a lot to say about it. Check out the reactions below:
"Lol that's not gonna happen in SA never. At least she's sorry though."
"Honestly I don't blame her for posting such. Akere we behave and react differently when we are angry. Stop cheating peeps. Stop sending nudes."
"You can't battle a female, let it pass broer before she says a WORD that's gonna end your career."
Briefly News previously reported that Prince Kaybee got busted for cheating as saucy screenshots leaked. 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 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.
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