Sir Trill Responds To De Mthuda’s Claims That He Denied Being Featured On ‘John Wick’ Music Video
Sir Trill Responds To De Mthuda’s Claims That He Denied Being Featured On ‘John Wick’ Music Video. With amapiano being the fastest growing and biggest genre at the moment, it gave birth to new artists who have now dominated the scene. With that being, Sir Trill is one of the most featured amapiano vocalist who is the current talk of town. He featured on one of the biggest amapiano song titled ‘John Wick’ produced by DJ and record producer De Mthuda. De Mthuda has also been on new vibes and attaining such high level that he’s currently considered as one of the best hit makers in the country as long as yanos music is involved.
The song became a hit that fans even wanted a music video of the track and the trio did deliver on the highly anticipated music video few days ago. The music video sparked outrage after Sir Trill was not featured on it. However, De Mthuda went to social media to write, “The truth is that Sir Trill knew about the “John Wick” video shoot. It was shot over two days and he did not come on both occasions. The shoot had been postponed once before and it was not possible to delay it again. Peace Magents.”
Sir Trill then broke his silence on claims made by De Mthuda saying, “No need to lie to people my G . You know I’m not the only artist who has a problem . One day people will see how you really are . And if other artists come forward it will be confirmed and they will say I “I once said it “ See tweet response:
This comes after Sir Trill, who is featured on the song, wrote on social media that ‘John Wick’ music video was shot and sadly he was not a part it. “NIGGAS SHOT AND TOOK OUT A #JOHNWICK MUSIC VIDEO AND GUESS WHAT LADIES AND GENTLEMEN? I AM NOT PART OF IT (heartbreak emoji),” he wrote.
“John Wick” has been on wishlist of many yanos headlines for many months now since the track was first played during his production mix. According to De Mthuda, “Sir Trill chose to not be part of the music video. By peddling lies, it is sad and uncalled for.” De Mthuda further went on to say, “As everyone would have observed. Overtime I choose not to say much but “let the music do the talking”.