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“You Are Ungrateful”- Prince Kaybee Attacked For Complaining About Black Tax

“You Are Ungrateful”- Prince Kaybee Attacked For Complaining About Black Tax
Prince Kaybee is facing criticism for his complaints about Black Tax. The well-known musician used Twitter to explain how he truly feels about black tax, but he wasn’t prepared for the reaction he received by simply being open.
Black tax is a significant problem in South Africa. Major South African celebrities have publicly stated that black tax has caused various delays in their lives. Prince noted on Twitter that he believes black tax to be such a setback. He continued by saying that those with parents who can support themselves are highly fortunate.
Prince Kaybee – Image Credit: Instagram/Prince Kaybee
Prince has amassed a sizable fortune, which is well known. As a result, when he spoke out against the black tax, many people viewed him as being rather avaricious. Many believe the musician complained about nothing since he has amassed millions of dollars from his music, working with brands and other endeavours. The tweet indicated that he is going through it now and has to look after his parents.

Prince Kaybee has never been one to discuss personal issues online. In actuality, little is known about his parents. Instead of showing sympathy for him when he expressed himself, many people said he was complaining unnecessarily because he shouldn’t view helping his parents as a setback. They also added that they thought his behaviour was utterly appalling.
Read Prince Kaybee’s tweet about black tax below:

Black tax is such a setback, if your parents are fortunate enough to provide for themselves then you one lucky MF. I
— K A B I L L I O N (@PrinceKaybee_SA) November 21, 2022

Following are a few of the comments:
Minenhle Sithole
People don’t see taxes in relationships, but they do when taking care of their parents, so guys, take care of your parents, please, if you want to understand what black tax is.
Vusindaba
You are ungrateful, so you view your parents asking for help when they cannot support themselves as a form of black tax?
KomaneRre
Who is it a setback for? By what standard do I evaluate the setback you mention? My family’s well-being and my loved ones’ standards determine my success.

ThaboMasteba
A setback is not now and never will be helping your family. Nevertheless, I value your viewpoint.

Lindelani3
Were we not a setback to them as they raised us? Prince, I’m afraid that’s not right.

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