[Pics] Manxebe And Kaboy Kamakili Before Fame

They have really come a long way

By  | Sep 15, 2021, 09:23 AM 

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Kaboy Kamakili and Manxebe have left their fans in awe of their friendship, and we must say that these two have really come a long way.

Read More: [Watch] Kaboy And Manxebe Kiss And Make Up?

Recently, Kaboy took to his Instagram account to share pictures of them before fame and we were left inspired. Now that's what we call #FriendshipGoals.

It is rare to find genuine friendships in the entertainment industry. Celebrity friendships can be a little challenging because of jealousy and competition in the industry, but there are some that have managed to maintain their relationship and take it to the next level.

Despite a recent beef between Manxebe and Kaboy, they recently called it a truce. It seems they always aimed for long-lasting and authentic relationships, but circumstances led to their relationship collapsing for a few months. Observing that they have kissed and made up is great.

After both of them decided to forgive each other, Kaboy updated his Instagram story with this message: "I loved my brother so much, I would do anything for him as a brother he was the only brother I had never thought he would turn into a snake. Now when I see him I feel like leaving a big mark on his body. Fake niggers are really born."

He also shared an Insta story where he seemingly said he missed Manxebe and they are working together on something big. "Something big is coming. Omushi aantu uulayi. I can't live without my brother. I miss my brother. You fake people Otamuni. Something big is coming soon."

Several friendships have soured in this industry. In the case of rappers AKA and Cassper, their feud has been going on for a long time and it fails to go away any time soon. They were even offered 1 Million just to squash your beef but they did not accept the offer.

In an interview with MTV AKA spilled the tea on what really happeed between them.

"He was coming up, I think it was around the Gusheshe time, and I've always looked out for new artists. We had even started to work on music together. One day I think he had put his video out or something, and the next day he went off about 'I don't have the support, no one is really holding me down, and I'm going to put this song out and show everybody.' I think we kind of fell out, maybe because of things he said on Twitter as people do,"
AKA explained.

"I think it really escalated from there because, you know, once the lines were drawn he would say things and I would say things and the people around us would too, and it just gathered steam until the point where it's been two years," AKA added.

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