Mac G has raised eyebrows by asserting that Tyla’s impressive streaming numbers are not genuine but rather artificially inflated.
The controversial claim was made during an episode of Podcast and Chill, where Mac G delved into the dynamics of Tyla’s rapid rise to becoming the biggest female artist, especially with her hit song “Water.”
Tyla’s “Water” has undeniably been a chart-topping success, securing top positions on music charts across different countries and amassing millions of streams on various platforms.
However, Mac G insinuated that the behind-the-scenes strategy involves a shift in focus from Sho Madjozi’s former boyfriend, who is a videographer.
According to Mac G, the videographer, previously associated with Sho Madjozi, has redirected his efforts toward promoting Tyla’s career, forsaking his involvement in Sho Madjozi’s music journey.
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The presenter suggested that this shift in allegiance is part of a calculated move by the videographer’s team to position Tyla strategically for success.
Mac G went on to claim that the astronomical streaming numbers attributed to Tyla’s hit song are not authentic but rather manipulated.
The controversy surrounding the legitimacy of Tyla’s success adds a layer of intrigue to her burgeoning career, leaving fans and critics questioning the narrative behind the impressive statistics.