In a post to social media, Tbose had stated that Sir had said he couldn’t make it to the interview because it was too early.
His revelation elected mixed reactions from social media users. Some claimed the young amapiano artist did not need the interview more than Tbose himself, after all upcoming artists still have to pay for their music to be played (payola).
Prince Kaybee joined the conversation, stating that from his position as an industry senior, he thinks Tbose should have spoken to Sir Trill privately on the vitality of commitment to the industry. You can check out his post below.
I am standing up for Sir Trill, as a senior in the media space Tboze was supposed to call Sir Trill and educate him about the importance of commitment, not “OUT” Sir Trill on Social Media. Its important for seniors to advise not push a narrative to isolate upcoming artists.
— K A B I L L I O N (@PrinceKaybee_SA) September 17, 2021
By the way, Prince Kaybee recently scoffed at the numbers The Braai Show with Cassper Nyovest did, compared to AKA’s. He’d also mocked Cassper Nyovest’s adventure into the sneaker brand and promoted AKA in the same vein.
Well, what do you think of Prince Kaybee coming to Sir Trill’s defence? You’re welcome to join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section below. Way to go!