South African DJ, Prince Kaybee, recently took to Twitter to express his curiosity about joining the military. He asked his fans for guidance on the application process and questioned whether he was too old to enlist.
The response from his followers was mixed, with some offering helpful advice and others poking fun at the idea.
One Twitter user suggested that if Prince Kaybee simply enjoyed shooting guns, he could download the popular game, Call of Duty Mobile, where anyone can play the role of a soldier. While this response was meant in jest, it highlighted the fact that military training in South Africa typically has an age limit below 35 years.
If Prince Kaybee was born in 1999, as some fans speculated, he might be too old for certain military training programs. To get accurate information, it is vital for him to consult the South African National Defence Force recruitment office and check the specific requirements for his age group.
As expected some of his followers told him that he might not last in the field as no recording of videos is allowed.
Joining the military is a serious commitment that requires physical and mental preparedness. It involves rigorous training, discipline, and a willingness to serve and protect one’s country.
Prince Kaybee’s interest in exploring this path is admirable, and although he may face age restrictions, there are other ways he can contribute to the nation’s defence and security.
I think the age restriction is 18 to 25. It’s too late for you my brother. Unless a war breaks out in SA of course. Then the age restrictions might be removed.
— Mkhululi (@MasterMkhululi) September 10, 2023
Akushuthwa ama video kwi military wena
— Omtimande 👑 (@sizweshongwe14) September 10, 2023
Yep.. it’s up to 26 years of age !
— Sekzin 🇿🇦 (@Sekzin_sa) September 9, 2023
Your tattoos are too revealing…. Lol they won’t take u
— Mzabhabha716 (@Mthobis30397227) September 9, 2023
In South Africa, the age limit for military training is typically below 35 years. If you were born in 1999, you might be too old for certain military training programs. It’s essential to check specific requirements with the South African National Defence Force recruitment office.
— Kidd Lane (@kiddlane_rsa) September 9, 2023