In line with the government’s directive for students to report back to their learning institutions in the course of the week, the hitmaker reported on May 12th for the third term, which was initially disrupted by the ongoing COVI9-19 pandemic.
On his Instagram stories, the fast-rising rapper hinted feeling anxious about reporting back to school on the same day his collabo with Boondocks Gang’s Exray dubbed Alright has debuted.
Additionally, Trio posted a photo accompanied by his brother and fellow rapper, BigTing AP.
“Hey people, imagine I have arrived at school. I feel butterflies in my stomach. You guys know the feeling. I hate it. “
In conclusion, Trio Mio said he looks forward to showcasing at shows when school’s close and he requested promoters to reach out to his mother, who is also his manager.
“Nikitoka chuo I want shows, promoters chezeni kama nyinyi, nikitoka nisababishe. Reach out 07225225911. Talk to my manager” He captionedTrio is expected to be back home is in June for a three-day midterm break around July 16, when schools close.
A few days ago, Kenyans on Twitter exchanged words in a heated debate on if he is a more talented rapper than the late rapper E-sir.
While some argued that Trio would eventually surpass E-sirs legacy, others opined that rapper E-sir is untouchable.
While addressing the matter on Twitter before going back to school, Trio Mio said it’s disrespectful to be compared to E-sir.
“It’s only one year for me in the game. It’s unfair and disrespectful to compare me to such greats,” he wrote, adding that the comparison humbled him.E-sir’s close friend, Nameless, was prompted to weigh in following on the debate and he surprisingly sent a word of encouragement to the young star.
“Whenever you see yourself being compared to greats like E-Sir, then you are definitely impactful. Bless up,”
“Thank you so much @namelesskenya this means the world to me. It’s a great honor to even be in the same convo as The Legend Goat Inanipea strength ya kuzidi kuskuma. Bless Up” reads Trio Mio’s reply.
Similarly, award-winning rapper Khaligraph Jones previously endorsed Trio, saying he is the next rap star.
“This is Khaligraph Jones, and today I am endorsing Trio Mio. This is the next in line. I can tell you that without a doubt,” Khali said.