Prince Kaybee Advises Fans To Not Buy Alcohol But Buy His Music

" Not trying to sound smart at all. Just my thoughts during the most challenging time in history of mankind, we better off saving , but if you don't understand, keep it moving."

Prince Kaybee urges fans to not buy alcohol but rather save money and buy his music
Prince Kaybee/ Photofile: Google.com

Mzansi showed their excitement over the reopening of liquor stores when they went to stores early in the am’s to buy alcohol, while many laughed it off, and said people are really loyal to alcohol others slammed the frenzy and  Prince Kaybee was one of those people. He encouraged his fans to rather save the money to purchase his music.

Masses did not agree to his statement and dragged him for making such a statement, mocking his music and saying they would save money by not buying his music, ouch!

READ MORE: DNA Tests Reveal That Sjava Has Been Raising Another Man’s Child

The dragging really touched Prince leading him to rectify his statement by saying he advises those who can’t afford alcohol not to buy it.

” Not trying to sound smart at all. Just my thoughts during the most challenging time in history of mankind, we better off saving, but if you don’t understand, keep it moving,” he said.

The musician further elaborated that unbanning Alcohol will become a serious threat to the health system which won’t benefit from the repercussions of reckless drinking.

READ MORE: Letoya Makhene Gushes Over Her Bae Visiting Her At Work

“Unbanning Alcohol is good for the economy but at the same time, it increases chance of infections and alcohol-related accidents which means hospitals can get full. Did we think about how this affects black communities who couldn’t access medical care even before the pandemic? He proclaimed.

The DJ said that he is placing all the facts on the table to protect the very same people that buy his music because he genuinely cares about their well-being.

“I have a right to be concerned about the safety of people who support my music. You can replace profits lost from selling alcohol but human lives cannot be replaced.”

Share this article with friends
5 1 vote
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments