- Samthing Soweto is not very popular at the moment because of his new song Happy Birthday
- Social media users usually love Samthing's music but right now the hate his new song
- They took to Twitter to vent at how much they couldn't stand the song but some people came to Samthing's defence
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It is not always a good thing when artists trend on social media. Samthing Soweto is a talented performer but this time he's gotten it a bit wrong.
Peeps are hating his Happy Birthday song and are venting on social media. He's not a stranger to being dragged, like when he performed on Idols.
This time people are letting the world know how much they hate his song.
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Not everyone hated his song and some people came to Samthing Soweto's defence.
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It's probably a matter of taste but Samthing's Happy Birthday is not his best work, perhaps it might end up becoming ironically popular.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that award-winning musician Samthing Soweto is buzzing as he has received an impressive nine nominations for the South African Music Awards (SAMA) 2020.
The SAMAs never fail to create a lot of excitement in Mzansi with fans rooting for their favourite artists to walk away victorious. Samthing Soweto’s nine nominations had put him at the top of the SAMA nomination list. Yussss, my guy, that’s how it is done.
Samthing Soweto joined Prince Kaybee at the top, proving that he is a lit artist and so deserving of the recognition that he is receiving.
In other news, Mzansi social media users have found a Samthing Soweto lookalike on social media. The man posted a selfie and many couldn't help but notice his striking resemblance to the talented musician.
Twitter user Shabangu_shaun posted his photo on the social media platform and it went viral. Social media users pointed out that he looks like Samthing Soweto. Twitter user gerald_fam said:
"Was about to ask for inspiration behind your song writing... akulaleki."
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