- Popular muso, Samthing Soweto, started trending shortly after his performance at Idols SA
- Sadly, he was trending for all the wrong reasons - fans didn't think he did a great job on stage
- The singer then humbly apologised to his fans, saying that he has no excuse, and they respect him for it
Samthing Soweto was one of the performers who took to the stage to entertain viewers and his performance sadly did not meet expectations.
He had barely walked off the stage before he started trending on social media as people commented and threw around insults.
The popular musician became aware of all the criticism and decided he should apologise to his fans for failing them.
The Isphithiphithi singer looked like he really felt bad (and a little embarrassed) at his performance in the video he shared with his humble apology.
Briefly.co.za noticed that fans were impressed with Samthing for taking the time to say that he was sorry. They feel that since he did that, he deserves to be forgiven and they still love him and his music.
Here's how some of them reacted:
"The fact that he apologised and saw his mistakes makes it fine."
"I respect you for this broh... you actually admit and humble to your fans, keep moving man this is your time keep shining."
"Owning your mistakes means a lot in life, we leave to learn from our and other people's mistakes."
"One thing about accepting your mistakes is that you will grow into a better person, learn from others who do great on live performances, get coaching we learn every day. Your apology is truly an inspiration."
"Being a performer is not easy. Stop beating yourself up."
"Don't beat yourself up, we know you good... just a bad day that's all. I have seen you perform live."
"It happens, bro... Now focus on your next performance."
"Samthing Soweto is human, we know he is always fully booked and have back to back performances. He also is allowed to be drained out. We are fully behind and support him. We gave experienced artists that collapse on stage, so what..."
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