Troubled and depressed Sir Trill bids Mzansi with a cryptic Tweet, Mzansi worried. He has been topping trends of late. Mzansi has been more than worried after celebrated Amapiano sensation Sir Trill shared cryptic tweets that puzzled everyone.
With an illustrious career that spans years, he has been dupped as one of the finest Amapiano musicians Mzansi boasts around with. Sir Trill made it known despite his hits and involvement in several smash hits he hasnt yet gotten any cent from all these projects. It seems as if he is down and out.
“It’s tiring and mentally damaging. So many hits and I’ve never seen a cent. I’m tired,” he said in one of the tweets.
His tweet left Mzansi confused later and he shared another Twitter thread that worried the whole nation. He made it known he was bowing out from social media and that it was his last tweet. The tweet has left many of his fans confused about what he meant.
“thank you to everybody who genuinely supports “SIR TRILL” .this will probably be my last tweet.
Troubled and depressed, Sir Trill bids Mzansi with a cryptic Tweet, Mzansi worried
In the wake of his newfound fame, his real name has since remained a mystrey. A few months ago rumour mill had it that the bubbly musician had been going through depression. Many believe he has gone back and forth with his record label. Several sources have it that he has been deprived of his royalties and gig payouts. At some point, Ricky Rick once shared similar tweets and ended up committing suicide.
He is best known for his smash hits like Nkantini which is currently number 1 on most digital platforms, Kuwe, Maboko, Nguwe featuring Daliwonga and Major League and Yini Sdakwa among many hits. In the mix of things, he has often let the cat out of the bag. He has undoubtedly managed to keep his private life under wraps and from drama. How and why Sir Trill has not been paid for all his music is unclear. He once said:
“never been an artist that talks much or exposes much. This will definitely be a joke to some of y’all, which I understand. But it’s mentally damaging and exhausting. What are we working so much for?” he said.