- Prince Kaybee took to social media to share a recent picture of himself but Mzansi social media users had other ideas
- The record producer just wanted to show off his outfit and soft life but the fans didn't hesitate to drag him
- Mzansi social media users took to the comments section to remind Prince Kaybee of his latest scandal
Mzansi record producer Prince Kaybee is coming off the back of a nudes scandal and is trying his best to bounce back. He posted a new picture of himself looking really good but social media users couldn't help but remind him of what's been going on in his life.
Kaybee simply posted a picture of himself dressed in black and rocking a durag. He was standing next to a balcony and he just wanted to share a pic of himself looking dapper.
Mzansi Twitter users were soon in the comments section calling him names, relating to the incident that happened with the nudes that were leaked just last week.
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Fans were in the comments blasting him for cheating on his girlfriend Zola and others were just poking fun at him. Check out the replies to Prince Kaybee's snap below:
"You raised your voice on Black Coffee's abuse case, how about a tweet nyana on AKA's case?"
"I cannot look at you the same way again."
"Give us another one just for control, we can handle it."
Briefly News previously reported that Prince Kaybee’s ex-lover Hazel Mahazard apologised and spilt facts. Hazel Mahazard, the woman Prince Kaybee allegedly cheated with, has apologised publicly for making the accusations against him and for posting his nude pics.
In a professionally-penned letter, the woman denied having any intimate relations with Kaybee and apologised for saying that she had. She went on to say that she would not be discussing the matter further.
However, right under the post, Hazel went on to say that Kaybee had beentrying to solicit sex from her just two weeks previously.
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Source: Briefly News