Lady Du is incredibly proud of her ability to create a music video for the hit song. It's a testament to the song's success that she was a part of creating.
The Mzansi vocalist took to social media to share a hot photo of herself along with the music video's release date. I Did It was a chart-topper, and the singer is confident that this music video will be as well.
The nice sister, dressed in pink satin, informed her followers that the music video for I Did It will be released on Thursday, December 2nd, 2021!
Lady Du recently revealed that she has been suffering in silence for a long time. She has had lung problems since birth, but she has never allowed that stop her from giving it her best.
I did it. It's just another example of her amazing tenacity. Fans are confident that the music video will have them grooving for the duration of Ke Dezemba!
The people of Mzansi went to the comment section after hearing that the music video would be released very soon. They're supposed to inform Lady Du that they've arrived to support her and her pink feathers.
Things are about to get very litty if the flames flying around the comment section have anything to say about the music video!
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