Prince Kaybee took an interesting turn when DJ Maphorisa boasted about his sales and told Kaybee that he only sees him on Shazam!n Wednesday the mini-beef between Lawd Porry (Maphorisa) and
Lawd Porry wrote that it was time for the “stats”.
“Time for stats. Remember I said let me go check my numbers Prince Kaybee, and you off ramped you started showing me radio sales stats? Cav, I am seeing you on Shazam kop top 10,” wrote Lawd Porry.
Prince Kaybee didn’t take that mini-drag lying down as he came back guns-blazing telling Lawd Porry that he is the only African POWER USER for FL Studio.
“OLA @DjMaphorisa also come to this side, u see that software you use to make songs, for those who don’t know its called FL Studio, I am the only African POWER USER for that software. So before you make songs I know the interface and strategic input in what you USE,” wrote Prince Kaybee.
Prince Kaybee continued to say: “So @DjMaphorisa you had to wait until your 7th ALBUM to own your masters? have 5years in the game with 3 albums and I have sold more than u with one album against ur 7years COMBINED.”
We are still waiting for Lawd Porry to further the beef.
However, the beef started when Maphorisa this week singled out who owns master rights to their work who and does not.
On Monday, DJ Maphorisa came out to expose that Lady Zamar, Prince Kaybee and Mafikizolo do not own the master rights to their musical works!
“Samthing Soweto owns his maters. Kabza de Small owns his masters. DJ Maphorisa I own my masters. Lady Zamar doesn’t own their masters. Prince Kaybee doesn’t own their masters. Mafikizolo doesn’t own their masters. Do you know what’s the difference? I empower and the world doesn’t. Facts” wrote DJ Maphorisa.
Prince Kaybee responded by saying that:
- Prince Kaybee owns shares in a short term insurance company that exists in 3 African Countries,
- Prince Kaybee owns a trucking company with a fleet of 15 horses and 8 SideTippers,
- Prince Kaybee owns flats “Willow Glen Bloemfontein” with 12 Units!
Let’s hope Lawd Porry will reveal more because this might be a nice tip-off for the South African Revenue Services (SARS) to audit their lifestyles and see if they really comply with the tax.