Musician Prince Kaybee has deflected hate about not passing grade 11, after he was accused of using it as a badge of honour
Award winning craftsman Prince Kaybee has stayed away from disdain about not passing assessment 11, after he was accused for using it as an image of regard.
The star is not any more fascinating to haters coming at him, and this week went up against investigation from questionable Twitter account Tracy Zille for “boasting about being an assessment 11 drop out”.
While Kaybee is known for his searing praise backs, he let this one slide and asked with regards to whether the investigation was the clarification he was inclining on Twitter.
“Goodness this is the explanation I was slanting yesterday? PC based insight that picture looks incredible damnation,” said Prince Kaybee.
Oh this is why I was trending yesterday?😅 Ai that picture looks GOOD Damnit😭🧨🔥 https://t.co/drgxRZbml7
— K A B I L L I O N (@PrinceKaybee_SA) July 21, 2020
In a gathering on Metro FM two or three years earlier, the star opened up about not finishing optional school. He explained that he dropped out of optional school in grade 11 since his mother couldn’t deal with the expense of schools charges and life wasn’t going his heading.
“I expected to wander out from (home) in the wake of dropping out in grade 11. I was outstandingly disobedient and my mom couldn’t deal with the expense of my costs all the while. I got a youngster pregnant that year. Everything was going on. Everything was a disaster area.”