Prince Kaybee was disappointed to find out that the national anti–lockdown march he planned to attend was virtual, with no planned physical meeting.
Prince Kaybee took to Twitter on Wednesday, 30 June 2021, to question where the crowds were gathering for the anti-lockdown march. The producer-DJ had intended to participate in the protest action against the current return to adjusted Alert Level 4 restrictions and regulations in the country. Prince Kaybee had publicly asserted his intentions to participate, after being asked to share the post by a Twitter user.
However, to his surprise, the march, which was stipulated as a nationwide protest, seemed to be more prominent on social media than on the streets. This was an intentional approach, as no formal central meeting places were established. Furthermore, social media commentators also expressed that they feared police retaliation, hence the protest action being virtual.
The protest action arguably had a greater impact on social media than on changing the status quo. Eventually, Prince Kaybee realised this fact and opted to spend his time in the studio, working on new music.
See the post below.
Hee bafe2, kanti le hokae….?? Are we not Marching? pic.twitter.com/xJKwVxk3Oq
— K A B I L L I O N (@PrinceKaybee_SA) June 30, 2021