Prince Kaybee said that he doesn’t want Black Coffee’s apology because Entle’s ex-hubby always disliked him.
“I don’t want his apology, Black Coffee has always disliked me, a few years ago I won an award of a category he wanted at the Metro FM awards, “Best Remix”. You know wt he said?, “his AliciaKeys remix is official and played all over. So he doesn’t get how I won,” wrote Prince Kaybee.
Black Coffee sounded rather like a headless chicken: “So your response comes from this? That’s where you wrong, I’ve never disliked you….dude I don’t even know you…but I’m a fan I’ve played your songs everywhere since you started You know this…..and no I’ve never said such about any award…..who did I say to this to?”
Prince Kaybee went back and dug the files when (after he won) Black Coffee said that: “So on Remix category… there was actually no Remix?… meanwhile that Alicia Keys remix was on high rotation and played across the world?”
Apparently the conversation below is what “hurt” Prince Kaybee the most, especially from industry giants that he might be looking up to:
Black Coffee: House nigger?.
Euphonik: A consistent one. A modern-day “yebo bass.”
Prince Kaybee captioned a screenshot of the above conversation and said: “This actually hurt me I don’t wanna lie, deleting the tweet was substandard and cowardly. But like I said Be careful of your black heroes, some are NOT interested in your growth AT ALL. They call black people names for white acceptance.”
Well, we are so happy that Prince Kaybee managed to cough out so much.
Earlier Prince Kaybee said that celebrities like to fall for the same trap of the urge to sound-wise. His sub-tweet followed after Koshiek Karan exposed Black Coffee’s friend Euphonik that he was in the deep pockets of a property development company that pays him to give kak advice to people in terms of when to invest into property – including advising them as such during these tough economic times of COVID-19.
“The problem is that celebrities fall for the same trap all the time, “the urge to sound wise”. You watch a few youtube videos you wanna sound intelligent. Carry on, you will meet your maker,” wrote Prince Kaybee.
“Here’s a question without the “urge of sounding intelligent “…..are you a celebrity?” asked Black Coffee.
Becoming famously known for his “host” salute, Prince Kaybee disappeared for a few hours and came back with a very respectful and well-thought answer or rather address to Black Coffee.
“Hosh Coffee… I see myself more as a servant of the people, if people wish to call me a celebrity or celebrate me it’s a blessing. I’m an artist and creator first, I don’t care much about the definitions of the industry because I know who and what I am,” responded Prince Kaybee.
And then this person had to suggest that Black Coffee actually owes Prince Kaybee an apology.
“Looks like our hero is a horrible person. I was hurt on your behalf…I think he owes you an apology,” @RubuThulisa (ignited the fire).
Meanwhile, Prince Kaybee announced (on a positive note) that all income from his single that’s dropping on June 15 will go towards those that are affected (negatively) by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I will personally be delivering food parcels out in Durban. Thank you,” concluded Prince Kaybee.