Sir Trill Heavy KHeavy K Weighs In As Sir Trill Accuses A "Grootman" Of Sabotaging His Song [Image: @heavykdrumboss/@sir_trillsa/Instagram]

Producer and musician Heavy K has weighed in after talented vocalist Sir Trill went on a rant, accusing a “Grootman” of sabotaging his new song.


Efforts To Kill The Musician’s Career

Sir Trill worked on a yet-to-be-released song, Kwenzakalani, and collaborated with Heavy K, Professor, LeeMckrazy and Essa Kay. However, one influential musician is hellbent on putting Sir Trill in the mud and sabotaging the song. The musician quipped on his Instagram:

“So I’m trying to drop this song for you guys. This n**ga, the “Grootman”, is making artists pull out of the song. He made two artists pull out of the song. Uyislima bhuti. What is it that you see that you’re so scared of in a boy younger than you? You are scared of who I can become. Close the doors all you want. Won’t change the fact that I know the person you are, and I will never respect you or kiss your a**.

“I’d rather quit than kiss your ass. You are so scared of what I can become without you. This just shows me you are a dizzy grootman. I just realised you even made the same song lol. Same song title. You’re scared I’m Him. You’re scared I can be a better you one day. Give me the same resources and watch. I’m gonna keep trying no matter what.”

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Heavy K Reveals More Details As Sir Trill Cries Foul Over A “Grootman”

Sir Trill Heavy K
Heavy K Weighs In As Sir Trill Accuses A “Grootman” Of Sabotaging His Song [Image: @heavykdrumboss/@sir_trillsa/Instagram]


Producer and disc spinner Heavy K, featured on Kwenzakalani, and commented on the scandal.

“He ain’t talking about me because this our song. T man pulled out first then I put Professor. By the look of things, LeeMckrazy might pull out too from the song even though they both gladly jumped on the song at first. I don’t know what changed, but teams are still in talks.”

Heavy K also gave Sir Trill some words of advice on the saboteur:

“Trill kinda told me about people trying to sabotage him or block him, but I spoke him out of that & I told him not to put that in mind. Let’s just work on the music because I believe in him. But in the years I’ve been in the game, I’ve never seen or experienced artists pulling out.”

By Rumpel