A conflict between black coffee and Prince Kaybee forces Prince Kaybee to delete his posts

A conflict between black coffee and Prince Kaybee forces Prince Kaybee to delete his posts

Another week, and there’s another social media feud that involves go-to Twitter fighter Prince Kaybee, and returnee to the Twitter catfight streets, Black Coffee.
A conflict between black coffee and Prince Kaybee forces Prince Kaybee to delete his posts

The two respected DJs have had a war within the past that resulted in lines being drawn within the sand. The rivalry between the 2 started when Black Coffee decided to defend a friend and business partner, Euphonik, when he was being dragged by Twitter’s favorite, Koshiek Karan. Prince Kaybee had sided with Koshiek, which resulted in Black Coffee and Euphonik dragging Prince Kaybee and calling him a “house ni**a.”

This resulted in the two continually having little wars, with long periods of a chilly war. However, as we’ve come to expect from Prince Kaybee that nothing is forgotten forever. The DJ compared himself to Black Coffee to disastrous effect.

First, he chose to side with everyone’s not-so-favorite authority, Nhlamulo “Nota” Baloyi. Prince Kaybee took to social media to share the segment that Nota shares his beliefs on why Nasty C received the monumental deal of signing with Def Jam international, over artists like himself and woman Zamar. He then suggested that was the rationale he was “bigger” than Black Coffee, but people wouldn’t admit that fact.

Black Coffee didn’t do much, but he did tons. rather than getting involved during a back and forth with Prince Kaybee over his allegations. The DJ simply posted within the comments section of the post screenshots of the number of streams that Black Coffee has on Spotify, comparing them to Prince Kaybee’s numbers on the platform. Suffice to mention that the knock of reality hit the “Hosh” hitmaker so hard that he deleted the tweet.

But as we’ve come to understand that the social media streets don’t forget, so a lover 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 Mino,” that had hit single, “Fetch Your Life,” featuring Msaki is that the biggest selling house album of 2019, including having over 150 million streams so far.

Prince Kaybee remains 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 might be advised for Prince Kaybee too.