Stogie T explains why he turned down Chad Da Don’s collab suggestion

Stogie T explains why he turned down Chad Da Don’s collab suggestion

- Chad Da Don called on Stogie T to be apart of his 3rd part of his F U sequel music

- Stogie T declined as he feels he's at the point in his career here collaborating on other artists work is just not an option

- So, that's it, Stogie T will no longer be featuring on anyone else's work, at least for now

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When Chad Da Don suggested a collaboration with Stogie T, he was not keen and turned down the offer swiftly.

The hip hop artist stated last year that he will no longer feature on fellow artist’s projects. Soon after this he released an album which only had six features from 8 songs. The album is titled, Empire of Sheep. knows that there is no doubt that Stogie T scooped features for his project, but there is no way that he will get involved on any other rapper’s work.

Stogie T commented that he is so proud of all the features he has done but that it has come to a time where working on his own work is all he’ll be doing.

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“I am so proud of all the features I have done. There have been some truly iconic ones. What’s your favourite song I was featured on?” He wrote.

“Focusing elsewhere. Also, it’s not the end of collaborations with artists if I invite them but I am just not jumping on your project that’s all. It’s the difference between getting booked and doing your own productions,” he clarified.

Unfortunately, Chad struck a dud and Stogier T most certainly will not a part of his 3rd part of his F U sequel music.

In other news, Gigi Lamayne let the world know that Stogie T is her all-time favourite Mzansi rapper. All this love floating around in the hip-hop scene is lit.

Knowing that Gigi respects and praises the late ProKid, hearing that Stogie T was her fave came as a bit of a shocker.

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