If you are a current generation music lover, I bet you must have heard this currently trending Amapiano. The song was did by DJ Karri ft. Prime De First, Bl Zero and Lebzito and it's called Trigger. Currently, it is widely used by Tick Tock lovers for dance challenges. Both normal people and celebrities are involved e.g Zuchu, Paulah and Fahymah.
Therefore, the two queens mentioned above are rampantly being compared to each other. This is done by fans who are divided between between the baby mama and her successor. In a collaged video, Paulah has told Fahymah to stop using so much force to twerk. She claims she did it as if she is angry and therefore she needs to stop it. Watch the video here: https://www.instagram.com/therealpaulahakajala/tv/CY_U3xjKAqb/?utm_medium=copy_link
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