Prince Kaybee Mocks Rude Tweeps Over TNS Music He agreed to being labelled a parasite

Prince Kaybee has been mocked and ridiculed on social media for the longest time now and for the sake of peace he has mized any insults that were thrown at him. The award-winning producer has been called talentless and only relies on features as well as drama surrounding beef to stay relevant.

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Not looking to cause any more drama by clapping back at the trolls, Prince simply agreed to being called a parasite to TNS Music. “To be honest you’re a parasite. Why can’t you make a song without featuring that house & Mercedes of yours… You’re what you are because of TNS, I’m Just telling (you) the truth,” Twitter user said.

Another ridiculed him and said, Prince is nothing without TNS. Prince Kaybee is known for his stinging clapbacks and his petty nature, however this time he just simply agreed and kept it moving.

Even seasoned music producer DJ Maphorisa said Prince Kaybee’s success is because of TNS Music.The latest celeb Prince is feuding with is Anga Makubalo. The Hosh hitmaker decided to rehash their beef when he commented on a post showcasing the latest BMW SUV test drive on hard terrain, and safe to say it was failing. He then commented on the post and suggested that the SUV is similar to K*kMusiQ. Before NaakMusiQ could even reply his friend and Afrotainment boss, DJ Tira demanded that Prince Kaybee take it down, and by now we all know that Kabelo does not take instructions from anybody.

Last year, things got heated when a ‘heartbroken’ Prince cleared his name after a video surfaced of an interview between him and Mac G. The two reportedly stopped talking after TNS was said to have stolen Prince Kaybee’s girl. In an interview that was recorded around the time the saga blew up, Prince Kaybee was seen to be slamming TNS and claiming that before the two met, TNS didn’t even have enough money to buy himself underwear.

After having his named dragged through the mud, and people wanting to cancel him, Prince apologised. “I was hurting at the time and everything I said came from a dark, dirty place of disappointment because of all the things that happened between TNS and I. This happened while TNS and I were fighting. I am sorry to all the people I have disappointed.”

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The two have since patched things up late last year, with TNS saying Prince is like a father figure to him. “Sometimes Music is not Enough to make me a who I am, but Care, Love and Support from Family can Make you feel Alive, Inspired and give you Energy to Continue Working Harder and Harder,” he wrote.

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L’vovo Will Not Release Any Music Unless SA Problems Are Solved

L’vovo Derrango has continued his fight to defend the plight South Africans are facing every single day. He continues to voice out his concerns and warns people to wake up before it is too late.

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If you are an avid L’vovo fan then you might have noticed he has not released any music. He has spoken out recently and revealed the reason he has not been active when it comes to his music. A fan asked him why he has not released any music and that the industry misses him, he simply said he cannot sing properly because he is very concerned about what is happening in the country.

“I cannot sing when my spirits are not high! I have hits with so many SA artists I’ve recorded and kept. I wont release them. We need to fix this country first or else the country will be gone for good if we don’t wake up!”
The musician who has given us many hits over the years started to voice out his concerns a long time ago and continues to do so without any fear of any repercussions. His recent tweets call for citizens to wake up.

“Something is happening in South Africa that people are not aware. Those with eyes that can see beyond the rainbow already know there’s a revolution brewing… People are poor. You cannot lie to people forever!

“SA is ignoring the grievances of South Africans! Something is brewing… It’s getting worse everyday! Listen to your people!” he tweeted.

Even with issues such as human trafficking, L’vovo remains vocal.

“Good morning South Africa. Time for action has arrived, tweets are great but we need to start acting. All our problems can be fixed if we just unite and tackle them together. We are all we got, not politicians will save you, no pastor or anyone besides US! WE WILL WIN!!!”

He even pointed out how easy it is for such operations to happen when the country has police officers as well as soldiers who protect borders.

“How do all these trafficked people leave the country? No passports or Visas. Do you realize that we are dealing with a much more organized syndicate than we thought?” he questioned.”

Earlier this week police minister Bheki Cele said the national outcry against human trafficking is a publicity stunt, many citizens were not happy and Rami Chuene put him on blast.

“Ndosi should have gracefully declined to return as police minister. He’s drowning. The lack of action on #GBV issues, human trafficking, etc. portray him as one who’s lost touch with the protection of the country and its citizens,” she said.

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Babes Wodumo: “Don’t Make The Mistakes I Made” Babes Wodumo reflects on the past five years.

Babes Wodumo is suggesting that the tumultuous times when scandal just followed her everywhere she went are probably a thing of the past, if her recent social media post is anything to go by.

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Babes Wodumo shook the music industry when she gave us “Wololo,” featuring no else but Mampintsha. The star’s rise to fame was instantaneous and she was immediately a household name. Because of what she represented in the music industry at the time, Babes Wodumo received the title of this generation’s Brenda Fassie and Lebo Mathosa. She like the aforementioned stars had, and still has a stage present that is not reviled by many other local performers, both male and female in that respect.

But the wheels started falling off in 2016, following the release of the her debut album, “Queen of Gqom, Vol. 1.” The singer’s personal life started infiltrating her public persona. Soon the fact that man she was dating was on every song on the debut album, put into question if she was part of a duo or a solo artist. Then after the wheels fell off, everything else fell by the way side with abuse allegations, drugs abuse allegations, and alleged mean girl tactics. Basically, in three years, Babes had gone from celebrated superstar, to a shining star that many had feared had faded to soon.

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But there is nothing that South Africans love than a comeback, and Babes Wodumo has definitely given us that. Of course that is not to say that every now and then, a bout with scandal is always recommended. But notwithstanding Babes has made sure that in 2020, we realize that she has figured out how to balance industry pressure and still being a 20-something year old that still is living her best life.

Recently Babes finally received her platinum plaque for the aforementioned debut album. When she first shared the new she merely thanked everyone for their contribution to the feat. However, with a few days part, the star returned to Instagram and reflected on her past. What Babes calls her “wild” days, which thinking back on to call them “wild” is fitting.

But the rest of the post showcases that she is ready to grow up and face matters more maturely. She wrote that, “You don’t have to make the mistakes I made. The future’s in your hands now. And the world really is yours.”

Ntsiki Mazwai Thinks “Jerusalema” Is Nomcebo Featuring Master KG Make it make sense!

Ntsiki Mazwai has done it again and managed to drive conversation following supporting an inflammatory statement about the alleged lack of recognition that Nomcebo Zikode gets.

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It all started when respected activist, Beverley Palesa Ditsie, took to Twitter and suggested that there is an “erasure of black women.” To prove her point she suggested that that was the case with the mega hit, “Jerusalema,” by Master KG, featuring Nomcebo Zikode. She alleged that Nomcebo does not get celebrated as much as Master KG, and that it should “Jerusalema” by Nomcebo Zikode, featuring Master KG because she wrote and sung the lyrics.

Mamiya first supported the statement, and stirred the pot when she continued on the tangent by discussing equity. Ntsiki suggested that Nomcebo should get an equal pay as Master KG from the song considering that she wrote the lyrics and sung the song. Ntsiki could not resist adding some classic shade by suggesting that if Nomcebo does not get a 50% share, then Master KG should pay her like a “session artist.” The supposition is that the song would not have been as big as it is if it were different- probably male vocalist- had been the vocalist and songwriter.

Many have questioned the Many have questioned the part where Ntsiki and Dr Beverly categorically state that Nomcebo is not acknowledged for her contributions. Rarely did you ever see that when Jerusalema is acknowledged, especially by local outlets and publications that Nomcebo Zikokde is not acknowledged for her contribution to making that song a hit. Moreover, Master KG has continued to promote, tag and endorse the musical efforts of Nomcebo. Master KG has been conscious to always either tag or hashtag Nomcebo when Jerusalema achieves another milestone.
The only “people” not have acknowledged Nomcebo were the international nods that Master KG received. When Cristiano Ronaldo shared the video that has the song as the soundtrack he did not credit anyone for the song, including Master KG. But when Janet Jackson did show the song love, she credited Master KG, but not Nomcebo. But to the point that many South Africans have made to Ntsiki’s supposition, is that Nomcebo has been acknowledged and as a result has never once come out with negativity directed at Master KG.

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Moreover, Nomcebo is signed to Master KG’s record label. During the release of her debut album, “Xola Moya Wam’,” Master KG also used his social media platforms to promote the album. When the album achieves milestones, Master KG has publicly acknowledged the feats and congratulated Nomcebo.

Prince Kaybee Takes An L From Black Coffee Mabena lost so bad he deleted the tweet.

But as we have come to know that the social media streets do not forget, so a follower asked for clarity on why he was being dragged. Prince Kaybee alleged that he had never suggested that he was more accomplished than Black Coffee. But what he meant to convey was that his last album “Re Mmino,” that had hit single, “Fetch Your Life,” featuring Msaki is the biggest selling house album of 2019, including having over 150 million streams to date.Prince Kaybee is still facing trolls for allegedly losing to Black Coffee again. But Black Coffee has clearly moved on to continue making money and growing his following outside of Twitter, which could be advised for Prince Kaybee too.

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