Hazel Apologies To Prince Kaybee For Posting His Nudes On Social Media
Amapiano Dj, Hazel Mahazard took the time to apologise to Prince Kaybee for posting his nudes and their private conversations on Twitter early this week. Prince Kaybee had highlighted that he will be taking legal action for the revenge porn. Whilst we do not know if Prince Kaybee has taken action already the Amapiano Dj took to twitter to write a statement that read;
“On Tuesday, 4 May I posted a tweet with pictures and private conversations between Kabelo Motsamai (Prince kaybee) and myself. I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to Kabelo for the posts, and any damage that the last picture may have caused to his dignity, public image, personal life and his businesses. Upon deep reflection, I now realize how unjust and uncalled for my actions were, and I would like to use this opportunity to apologise unreservedly. I have since deleted the post and I condemn with serious caution against the continuous circulation of those pictures by others. Furthermore, please allow me to state on record that.
- I met Kabelo Motsamai in September 2020 through an official work project that we were both involved in.
- I have never engaged in any casual or sexual relationship with Kabelo Motsamai from the time I met him to date.
- I regret the entire incident and have taken to heart all the harsh lessons that came with ft. I do not intend to make any further public statements on this matter and further appeal that Kabelo be afforded the privacy to deal with any matters that arise from this unfortunate incident
The Dj who stand to serve a jail term of 4 years if convicted, according to the Films and Publications Amendment Act that made revenge porn illegal in South Africa into law and which read “Any person found guilty of sharing explicit images without the person’s consent will face time behind bars or hefty fines” warns Bayanda Mdingi, a legal advisor at LAW FOR ALL. If the victim is unidentifiable in the content, the perpetrator could face two years in jail and/or pay a fine of up to R150 000. However, if the victim can be identified in any way, the perpetrator could spend four years in prison and/or pay up to R300 000.