DJ Maphorisa Shades Prince Kaybee

The debate about having Masters has kicked off again

By  | Sep 17, 2020, 07:44 AM  | DJ Maphorisa  | Drama

If there is one celebrity beef that never ends, it has to be between DJ Maphorisa and Prince Kaybee. Whenever it seems like they have made up and doing their own thing, one of them will just revive the beef from out of the blue. This time, DJ Maphorisa, decided to take a dig at Prince Kaybee on Twitter by reminding everyone that he doesn't own his own music.

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DJ Maphorisa was retweeting a Tweet from American rapper and producer, Kanye West, who said.
"UNIVERSAL WONT TELL ME WHAT MY MASTERS COST BECAUSE THEY KNOW I CAN AFFORD TO BUY THEM"
His Tweet revived their old age beef about ownership of music masters, back in February Maphorisa alleged that Prince Kaybee and other artists in the music industry do not have the rights to their own music masters. Kaybee never took this well then and he decided to hit back at Maphorisa which caused a week-long Twar between the two. Eventually, DJ Zinhle had to step in and asked the two DJ's, who happen to both be her friends to call her.

Surprisingly, Prince Kaybee hasn't responded yet even though we know Maphorisa is only shading him in response to his shade a couple of days ago. The “uWrongo” producer took to Twitter after Kaizer Chiefs had lost the title to Sundowns and wrote. 
Today I will be wearing that tent (that)Maphorisa was wearing so you won’t miss me.
This was in reference to Maphorisa's fashion blunder when he wore a colourful tracksuit that looked like a tent, he was dragged by Tweeps who saw it until the Amapiano hitmaker decided to delete it.
At the time, DJ Maphorisa didn't respond to Prince Kaybee and decided to just delete his fashion blunder, this must be his form of retaliation because he even managed to crop Prince Kaybee's face onto the outfit he was wearing.

It's only a matter of time until Prince Kaybee responds but one thing we are sure of is that he owns the masters to Project hope. The Project Hope album is a composition of some of South Africa’s best unsigned female singers, who had entered into a competition set up by Prince Kaybee. The competition was meant to find one artist who would be a part of a collaborative song with him. But after DJ had a change of heart, he decided to work with all ten singers in order to give them a foot in the music industry.

DJ Maphorisa might have started another week-long Twar between him and Prince Kaybee, we'll wait until Kaybee responds.

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