Yesterday (Monday) following the passing of Killer Kau, Thando Tot, Mpura, and others, Prince Kaybee tweeted that it does not mean if it happened it was meant to happen!
“It doesn’t mean if it happened it was meant to happen; we need to ANTICIPATE HARM!!! Most things are man-made so you influence your destiny in many ways that’s why prevention is CHIEF,” said Prince Kaybee.
It seems his tweet rubbed tweeps the wrong way, and many believe it was directed to Mpura and Killer Kau’s fatal car crash.
Here are some of the reactions:
It’s said to hear this coming from you under the guise of the truth. You’re an artist and you travel between gigs. One can be sober and even have a sober driver to avoid exhaustion from performances. And a random drunk driver comes from nowhere and plunges onto them.
— Jini🌍💡 (@RonaldJini) August 10, 2021
People are dead and you busy talking shiit . Dawg o motona . Like someone’s son is dead and that person is going through hell right now ,wena kamo o bua masepa . Imagine if your friend was dead and someone said those words. Ntate gola o tlogela bo ngwana.
— DaMich (@MmitsiTlotlo) August 10, 2021
Kaybee has always been overly critical of Amapiano “kids”, deep down he’s jelous of them. He wouldn’t be saying this if one of his “industry peers” was involved.
— Mthabisi (@Iron_Mtha) August 10, 2021
If they had survived you would charge them for reckless driving akere princess. guess what？ They have passed on, so normal beings will mourn , and not charge them in their graves.
— Donald Mathekga (@DonaldMathekga) August 10, 2021
Do you think Prince Kaybee was being insensitive?