As expected, T Smallz has responded to our last week story about his dwindling popularity.
The Bakau-born rapper can’t take criticism.
He wrote on Facebook: “Normally, I won't do this!!! Hahahaha What's On-Gambia now that is The Biggest Lie of the Century!!! 2008 Ben tai Smallz is on top of his game!! You talking about decline on fame? Lol dama dai daww nit yeee sah dig, everywhere I go I become a spot light!!! In fact am signing autographs now in case you don’t know!!!”
The Facebook explosion came just few hours after What’s On-Gambia published that T Smallz, Manding Morry, Silky Criss and Bro K are experiencing a decline in popularity.
According to T Smallz, his latest releases Al Bullo, Always On My Mind and Fen Rek are among the most air played songs in the country.
“Even kids at 3 years are singing those songs. Always On My Mind and Al Bullo are played on GRTS more than the President’s Tour footages.”
One of his crew members Seneboy Sanyang also wrote to What’s On-Gambia warning them to leave his artist off from any controversy.
“Warning, never mention Smallz and Manding Morry in your fake stories.”
Responding to T Smallz Suso’s rant, the editor of What’s On-Gambia said: “We’ve have nothing against him. I’m a huge fan, and I have his music in my collection. The problem is, even though some of his songs have done well, but the standard that he has set for himself hasn’t been reached for quite a while now.”