Prince Kaybee savagely comes for people who attack Lady Zamar

Prince Kaybee savagely comes for people who attack Lady Zamar


A couple of days ago, Lady Zamar was savagely dragged after pictures of her acne surfaced online. The backlash came after Prince Kaybee shared a snap of them in the studio working on music.

Shortly after being dragged by trolls, Lady Zamar took to her Instagram to share an empowering message about self-acceptance.

"Flawless is an ideal we as human beings don’t possess.. but I’ve always said, flaws are what make us who we are.. Strong, resilient, determined and ultimately beautiful If you’ve met me you know I believe everyone is beautiful in their own way," she wrote. Take a look at the full post below:

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Flawless is an ideal we as human beings don’t possess.. but I’ve always said, flaws are what make us who we are.. Strong, resilient,determined and ultimately beautiful 🤩🤩🤩 If you’ve met me you know I believe everyone is beautiful in their own way.. I look for goodness in everyone and any situation... I believe we can as a human race. I’m not perfect, if the flaw isn’t external it’s internal but I won’t stop living coz it could have been worse. I am grateful that it’s just acne and I’m grateful I can wake up every day to fight this battle for my skin back.. I will inspire thousands to feel good about themselves not by changing of faking it but by living and fighting the battle every day, by not giving up and not backing down. Together we can, as individuals we can, by Gods grace we can. Thank you to everyone who helps fight the littles battles every day so we can in our own corners, in our own lives, win the war and live spectacular lives⭐️ I am the Monarch and this is my story every day against different obstacles and battles. Living royal, living in service and being an example either by my own will or not.. 💫The African Superstar💫 . 📸 : @sheriffshots_

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Prince Kaybee who posted the snap that got the singer trolled has also taken to his social media to call out bullies.

"Posted a pic of me and @Lady_Zamar yesterday and it breaks my heart that we ignore people's gifts only to highlight their imperfections like we are anywhere near perfect ourselves," he wrote. Take a look at the tweet below:

This is not the first time Lady Zamar has been bullied, after being dragged for her Miss South Africa jumpsuit in 2018, the star shared how she feels in an interview on YFM:

"First of all, people need to stop dragging me for what I wear. Like, I am not going to dress the way you want me to. When it comes to performances, we will give them what they want. When it comes to public appearances, I will give you what you want. When I'm at home, doing my thing, it's not your place, " she said during the YFM interview.