Toss finally opens up on why he shed hot tears during a live chat with fans on Instagram.
The Umlando hitmaker to TshishaLive during a recent interview.
He said the day he went live, he was being suicidal but cried instead of talking about it.
“When I went live I was suicidal. I just wanted to speak about it, I didn’t want to cry. I just wanted to tell people how tough it is. It’s not as glamorous as it looks. I wanted to speak about what was happening at that time, I could say anything. It was really crazy. My heart was broken,” he said.
The day Toss went live, he claimed to need love, but many didn’t understand; he revealed during the interview that he could have spoken to his friends, but they were part of the problem.
“I was trying to vent. I couldn’t vent to my friends because they were part of the problem at that time, same with my family. Everyone was not understanding me at that time. I thought perhaps the people on the Live would want to give me an ear because no-one was trying to do that. I just needed some love,” he added.
Toss said he finds comfort with his mom and an artist in the industry.
He further claimed to be working on his EP, which will be dropping soon.
Meanwhile, his hit single Umlando is doing well across different streaming and social media platforms.