Prince Kaybee Gets Into A Heated Argument With Tweep

She tried him…

By  | Sep 09, 2020, 07:00 AM  | Prince Kaybee  | Drama

South African musician, Prince Kaybee, has become known for his Twitter outbursts which have previously gotten into trouble. Although claiming that his words have often been misunderstood, the Fetch Your Life creator has involved himself in a fair few arguments, especially with those who seek to spread hate on his page. 

In a heated thread shared on Tuesday, 8 September 2020, the musician began by questioning the actions of Orlando Pirates’ player, Thembinkosi Lorch, who was charged with assaulting his girlfriend. In what appeared to be a message of disbelief, turned into what many interpreted to be a hypocritical statement, as he has previously worked closely with notorious rapper, Mampintsha, who was caught on camera physically abusing his girlfriend, Babes Wodumo

One Tweep in particular, Cynthia Kele, clapped back at Prince Kaybee, and highlighted the fact that he had ignored the abuse of Mampintsha, but was seemly upset about Lorch – with both men being charged for the same crime. After fans began defending Prince Kaybee, he jumped in to ask them to leave Cynthia alone, and let her have her moment in the spotlight. 

The young woman went on to accuse Prince Kaybee of not being consistent in his support of gender-based violence, and that he had granted leniency to Mampintsha purely based on the fact that he had worked with him. Her accusations did not sit well with Kaybee, who began exchanging insults with, whilst highlighting all that he has done to empower women. 

He stated, “Apart from drawing eye brows every morning what have you done for women?”. Whilst listing his efforts to uplift women, he also announced, “I’m in talks with a beautiful friend of mine, we want to start a “FETCH YOUR LIFE ACADEMY” that totally breaks the rules and puts women first, you can bring your kids, it’s all love this side.”

The Tweep was left on read after Prince Kaybee exited out of the conversation, claiming that he wanted to only focus on positive vibes.

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