Prince Kaybee on when he was dependent on a girlfriend: 'I was staying at her place'

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Prince Kaybee. (PHOTO: GALLO/GETTY IMAGES)
Prince Kaybee. (PHOTO: GALLO/GETTY IMAGES)

Music producer Prince Kaybee says he still assists his ex-girlfriend who was there for him when he was down and out.

He says the lady in question used to take care of him while he was still trying to make a name for himself.

As soon as he managed to get on his feet, Kaybee didn't turn his back on her. Even though they're no longer together, he still helps her whenever she seeks his assistance with something.

He revealed all this after one of his lady fans was complaining about her taking care of her man. The lady says she is done with taking care of men because, "being a cool girl is rubbish."

That's when Kaybee responded saying he was in the same shoes as that guy at one point. However, now that life is going well for him, he's not forgotten about his ex-girlfriend for what she did for him.

"I was in a relationship with a broke mans last year, I had to Uber myself to and from his place and he didn’t even offer me food, so I’d sometimes arrive with takeaways to his place and we'd watch movies on his laptop all day. Being a "Cool girl" is rubbish. F*&k that."

"Funny because I had the same girlfriend, she used to do the same for me, even worse I was staying at her place, but soon as I got my shit together she was NICELY rewarded. Even today though we not together I don’t see myself not helping her if she reaches out,” Kaybee responded.

The Charlotte-hitmaker didn’t mention the ex he was referring to. It would be hard trying to guess who as he's had a string of failed relationships in the past.

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