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Fans are not happy about Kabza de small and Sir Trill Not showing up to Perform

Sir Trill left his legion of fans without a friend in the world when he neglected to appear for his gig at a stylish Joburg drinking opening on May 31.

This was two days after Kabza De Small neglected to respect his three shows in KwaZulu-Natal.

Insight about the honor winning musos' inability to respect their shows, was uncovered by a profound throat who |does not support their absence of incredible skill.

The mole, who would have rather not been named because of a paranoid fear of exploitation, said Sir Thrill, whose jingle Yini Sdakwa is overwhelming the nation, was paid R15 000 to perform at LIV Lounge in Yeoville, Joburg yet neglected to pitch.

At the point when the advertiser Prince "DJ Elpringo" Masindi called him to check assuming he was all the while coming, Sir Trill let him know that he was done coming since he was sickly,

"However, he didn't send him a wiped out note to show that he was not feeling good or even educated him ahead of time that he was sick. He let him know a couple of hours before his presentation. I think this is so amateurish on the grounds that Elpringo burned through huge amount of cash advertising and advancing the show. He printed and circulated handouts and flyers telling his fans and club customer base that Sir Trill was coming to engage them there," said the insider.


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