Prince Kaybee objects to the way he celebrates the nods he gets from magazines and turns them down with his suspicion

Prince Kaybee objects to the way he celebrates the nods he gets from magazines and turns them down with his suspicion

Award-winning DJ Prince Kaybee isn’t too stoked by the popularity he’s received from US publication Time for his song, Uwrongo, which features Shimza, Black Motion, and Ami Faku.

Prince Kaybee objects to the way he celebrates the nods he gets from magazines and turns them down with his suspicion

The renowned magazine featured Kaybee’s hit song on its coveted “10 Best Songs of 2020” list. Taking the ninth spot, Uwrongo made the cut because of the only African song.

While the news brought excitement to Kaybee’s fans, he took to Twitter and expressed how “nice” it had been to urge the nod from the magazine but wished the popularity had gone to somebody else.

“Really uninterested in these wins and do not get celebrated enough,” he wrote, adding to the “shade” within the South African music industry.

Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Kaybee clarified that he was quite excited by the news, it had been the shortage of celebration on home soil that he bemoaned.

Kaybee has been pushing the narrative that he is not really celebrated by Mzansi but rather criticized or “hated”.

In October, the DJ took to Twitter and shared his thoughts on how one can never satisfy people that are always bent to get you. He explained that it had been usually that very same group of individuals who will later claim to possess supported him.

The DJ let it’s known that that sort of behavior will get those people nowhere with him, especially if he knows that they’ll are skeptical about his success.

“People say you’re successful after you survived all their efforts trying to kill you, they then clap and call you boss or grootman out of shame. they’re still not happy.”

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