South African DJ, Prince Kaybee has decided to question those stating he should remove Mampintsha off the song.
This is coming after Prince Kaybee addressed working with Mampintsha after being dragged by the anti-GBV team.
He was dragged for featuring the star at a time when women were being celebrated and gender-based violence (GBV) was under the spotlight.
However, the DJ decided to apologise on the difficulty there by stating he was being insensitive and it’d have offended a number of his fans.
The star was ordered to get rid of Mampintsha from the song.
Prince Kaybee responded stating he just want to possess a real conversation after asking them how long Mampintsha are going to be on exile claiming the artist was willing to use his talents to assist others.
“Sorry my Queen, I just wanna skills long should we keep removing him because he’s willing to use his talent to specialise in rehabilitating those he has caused harm [to] and fund organisations through his talent. Not forgetting self-rehabilitation” Kaybee said.
When told it’s going to be triggering to those that see “abusive men keep it up with no consequences, just keep it up with life in whatever way”, Kaybee said the request to get rid of Mampintsha was a “harsh one”.
“But that’s not what you said sister, you said remove him. Very harsh approach after what the person is willing to try to to to raised himself and encourage other men to not do an equivalent mistakes. I’d like for you to intentionally apply a special approach in understanding forgiveness.”
Just saying a lot of women are triggered genuinely by seeing abusive men carry on with no consequences just carry on with life in whatever way.
— Sihle (@Sibonelolesihle) August 13, 2020
Mampintsha also addressed the outrage over the collaboration and pledged to donate 50% of proceeds from the song to organisations that help fight GBV.