Music producer and DJ Prince Kaybee has been trending on social media since last night after his side chick hung all of his dirty laundry out to dry. But, the Ayabulela hitmaker says that he will be taking legal action.
We imagine that the musician – whose real name is Kabelo Motsamai – hasn’t had much sleep since last night, as he has been tweeting and deleting since the story about his cheating ways broke, leaving social media in a frenzy.
The Low Key Records owner is accused of cheating on his girlfriend and radio presenter Zola Ayabulela Mhlongo, affectionately known as Zola Zeelovin. The couple has been highly regarded as “couple goals” by many on social media. Many looked up to them and desired how intentionally and loudly they loved each other.
Unfortunately, all of that came tumbling down last night when it was revealed that the musician has been in entanglement for the past 5 years and the woman in question is his former employee by the name of Eurica.
Upon being exposed, and having his nudes posted in public, Twitter users started attacking the musician who was very vocal about Black Coffee’s infidelity in his marriage with his ex-wife Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa.
Although attacked, his fans have been there for him and defending him. When one follower wanted to know whether or not he will be taking legal action against the person who leaked images of him in a compromised state, the musician replied that he will surely take legal action.
According to the law, Prince Kaybee is a victim of revenge porn and has every right to sue the person who humiliated him publicly.
The Films and Publications Amendment Bill (signed into law by President Cyril Ramaphosa in October 2019) states that, “any person who knowingly distributes private sexual photographs and films in any medium, including through the internet, without prior consent of the individual or individuals and where the individual or individuals in the photographs or films is identified or identifiable in the said photographs and films, shall be guilty of an offence and liable upon conviction.”
The bill further states that anyone who breaks the revenge porn laws in South Africa and is found guilty of sharing or distributing revenge porn will face time behind bars or will be fined. If the victim can’t be identified in the content, the perpetrator could face two years in jail and/or pay a fine of up to R150 000. However, if the victim can be identified in any way, the perpetrator could spend four years in prison and/or pay up to R300 000.
In the early hours of this morning, the DJ did apologize to his girlfriend, Zola, for humiliating her and also admitted to cheating. He further apologized to his mother, as he had already introduced them to each other.
“I cheated, I humiliated my girlfriend publicly. To the people I have disappointed, the businesses I represent, my girlfriend and my Mother I profusely apologize from the bottom of my heart,” Prince Kaybee wrote in a tweet.