Prince Kaybee wants to put “positive thoughts on a song” to help address the recent spate of xenophobia and femicide in South Africa

He has called on South Africa’s musicians to join him in a song aimed at creating awareness instead of just tweeting about the issues.

“WE NEED EACH OTHER NOW MORE THAN EVER. CELEBRITIES must stop tweeting from the comfort of their homes forgetting what people are going through on the street‼️

“I Love all AFRICANS,” he wrote on Twitter.


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He added that he already has a beat that could work for the song he has planned.

“I have a beat, I know its tense and being creative is the last thing on your minds. But tag your favourite artists to come on board and put positive thoughts on a song, it’s not enough but it’s a step in the right direction‼️ I’ll be waiting,” he added.

Some of the musicians tagged by Twitter users included AKA, Shekhinah, Sho Madjozi, Busiswa and Kwesta

It seems that Prince Kaybee also has some flack from some Twitter users about his comments about xenophobia and femicide.

He took to Twitter to say that he would not let people discourage him from speaking his mind.

The Fetch Your Life hitmaker called for unity and peace.

“By all means get offended, but what I can tell you is that there is no sensitive issue like xenophobia that will run smoothly when discussed, people are bound to get offended because it’s a serious issue that has had our men and women killed.”

He added: “But while in ur feels please you need to have emotional intelligence to acknowledge a debate so that we as AFRICANS discern that we all need to work towards PEACE.”

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