'Corruption is never a victimless crime': Prince Kaybee
With all the political drama going on, Prince Kaybee has come to the defence of the disenfranchised.
The award-winning musician took to Twitter to criticise the government for ignoring the needs of the poor.
Kaybee is known for using Twitter as his personal diary and claimed corruption is a crime with human casualties.
“I think corruption is never victimless. It’s the reason why taps ran dry in villages, why people die in potholed roads, why there is no food [on] the plates of the poor, why medical supplies in hospitals are blocked and why kids are denied education,” he said.
I think Corruption is never victimless!— K A B I L L I O N (@PrinceKaybee_SA) July 31, 2020
Its the reason why taps ran dry in villages, why people die in potholed roads, why there’s no food from the plates of the poor, why medical supplies in hospitals are blocked and why kids are denied education.
His comments come just days after comedian Thenjiwe Moseley took to Instagram to slammed corruption and said that more people would die of poverty, than Covid-1.
“The truth of the matter is most of us will be killed by poverty. Uyadela wena one tender nawe osebenzela uHulumeni. Thina nje o No work No pay sivika indlala more than Covid-19. As a parent will you tell your children the truth?” she asked.