Springboks Prince Kaybee

Prince Kaybee has been blasted for his support of the All Blacks. Images via Instagram @allblacks, /@princekaybee_sa

Prince Kaybee on why he supports the All Blacks over the Springboks

DJ and producer Prince Kaybee raised eyebrows after admitting that he is an All Blacks fan ahead of the Rugby World Cup final.

Springboks Prince Kaybee

Prince Kaybee has been blasted for his support of the All Blacks. Images via Instagram @allblacks, /@princekaybee_sa

It’s a big day in South Africa and New Zealand alike as the Springboks and All Blacks will clash in the Rugby World Cup final at the Stade de France at 21:00.

While a large number of South Africans are looking forward to the encounter for obvious reasons, popular DJ Prince Kaybee is sticking out like a sore thumb.

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The Gugulethu hitmaker has revealed that he is, in fact, hoping that the All Blacks are crowned champions against his home country. The producer appears to have been supporting New Zealand for a while.

“As an All Blacks supporter this is the first time we coming in as the underdog, this time from the haka to the final whistle it will be chaos and I love it,” he wrote.

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Asked why the All Blacks in particular, Prince Kaybee replied: “I support the All Blacks because of their style of play, adaptive planning with sheer brilliance of ‘ball in hand’ and the support they show the ball carrier is exceptional. I’m just not into kick rugby. Sorry if my preference offends you.”

The DJ, however, admitted to not understanding rugby. Or was he being sarcastic?

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This is not the first time that Prince Kaybee has been in favour of the New Zealand rugby team when playing against the Springboks.

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During the two nations’ encounter on 25 August this year, where the Boks thrashed the All Blacks to win the Qatar Airways Cup with a record 35-7 victory at Twickenham in England, the Controller producer was hoping the result would go the other way.