Popular South African musician cum Dj, Prince Kaybee has taken to Twitter to opened up about feminism saying the movement has helped women in sharing their stories after facing violence in the past years.
Speaking about Gender-Based Violence (GBV) on the bird app platform, he revealed how DJs who were accused of GBV could escape punishment “back in the day”.
According to him, since the feminist movement started growing the allegations of abuse don’t get wiped again like they used to be but women are now comfortable sharing what they’ve been through.
He wrote, “Unlike back in the day where DJs got women drunk and raped them, In recent years the rise of feminism got men culture shocked. Imagine women in their 40s telling their teenage stories, you’ll be shocked how many got raped and it was somehow their fault.”
He however cleared the air with the reference he made to DJs in the tweet saying music is his point of reference.
In his words, “I’m talking about DJs because it’s an industry I’m in and I’d like this generation of musicians to not take that route …”