Rowland Kaiza a.k.a Big Tril, the brains behind 2019 hit “Parte After Parte” has sworn never to troll arsenal again.
“lol I’ll never troll Arsenal again. They used my song to unveil the new signing Thomas Partey”
The former Baboon Forest Entertainment rapper was thrilled when his song was used to unveil new Arsenal signing, Thomas Partey at the Emirates Stadium.
The song played in the background as the Gunners unveiled their latest addition to the squad from a dramatic deadline day signing.
Premier League top club Arsenal FC in recent weeks been the subject of ruthless football banter both online and offline. The Ugandan pop star confessed that he had joined in the trolling. Thomas Partey is the one of the few signings made this summer, to revamp the squad.
After watching the clip, the rapper took to his social media to share his excitement. He vowed never to troll Arsenal again
lol I’ll never troll Arsenal again 😂😂😂 They used my song to unveil the new signing Thomas Partey 🇺🇬🇺🇬🇺🇬🇺🇬😤 🚀
— BIGTRIL (@bigtrilkaiza) October 14, 2020
It is indeed a breath of fresh air for the rapper since the song as has lost traction over the past couple of months.
In a video that circulated on social media, fans from across Africa came up to show some love to the new Arsenal star. They also grooved to the song in the process. So “Parte after Parte” is still out there after all.http://
❤️ @ThomasPartey22 is feeling the love from the Arsenal family!
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) October 14, 2020
It not the first-time that the hit is receiving airplay on foreign soil though. In its peak season, a lot of celebrities worldwide acclaimed the song.
American rappers Cardi B and Offset partied to the song on her birthday last year. Nigerian sensations Burna Boy and Ketchup also showed love for the song at their events.