By: Natasha Archary
Prince Kaybee urges his followers to be cautious and to anticipate harm after news of the horrific accident that claimed the lives of 3 of the country’s Amapiano stars, Mpura, Killer Kau and Khanya “The Voice” Hadebe.
It is believed the trio were on their way to a gig in Rustenburg and while details about the crash are yet to be confirmed, social media is rife with speculation that the crash was caused due to drunk and negligent driving.
Taking to his social media, Prince Kaybee urges his followers, “It doesn’t mean if it happened it was meant to happen, we need to ANTICIPATE HARM!!!”
While his tweet was met with mixed emotions, the DJ and producer continued, “Most things are man-made, so you influence your destiny in many ways, that’s why prevention is CHIEF!”
It doesn’t mean if it happened it was meant to happen, we need to ANTICIPATE HARM!!! Most things are man made so you influence your destiny in many ways thats why prevention is CHIEF!
— K A B I L L I O N (@PrinceKaybee_SA) August 10, 2021
His message quickly gained traction on the social platform and many challenged his views saying death is inevitable but a few understood Prince Kaybee’s words as something deeper.
People will say when it’s time it’s time, destiny and what what. In todays life we just carrying on as if those who lived before us were living this life thing wrong
— TS3W (@Omphile9) August 10, 2021
If you believe in destiny all things that happen are predestined and you cannot avoid them.
Eg if God knows how you will die, it means how you died was supposed to happen that way and in that manner and time.
— Jason Khumalo (@JasonKhumalo2) August 10, 2021