The singer has been going on and on on social media about people dragging her. But no-one seems to know what she is on about.
“I love music and I love my fans. Nut no-one is entitled to the personal details of my life and y’all drag me are wild and unnecessary. I’m tired of being dragged for every possible thin under the sun especially stuff none of y’all know nothing about. Love and appreciated my day ones,” she tweeted.
Her other tweets also shows that she feels she is being persecuted but by who. No-one knows. For example, “Allowing myself the freedom to be whoever I wanna be even if everyone says I’m being dramatic. Living it! I am an artist so..?” and “Zamartians have been with me from day one. From first track Mamelodi 2015 to Adore 2020 and yo there is still so much to come. It’s a real thing being a musician though some of y’all find our lives entertaining. I just wanna send a massive a big thank you to all my day ones.” Who is it she thinks is coming after her. Are there people coming for her or is she just being paranoid?
Tweeps responded unkindly to her posts calling her attention seeking and dramatic. They pointed out she is the one who aired her private business and now when people have opinions she cries foul. Lady Zamar failed to handle the criticism being thrown her way and deleted all the comments posted in response to her tweets. It seems the singer needs help in keeping her private life private, and if she can’t to be able to handle it better when people form their own opinions.
Lady Zamar is going through a lot. With the Sjava rape allegations hanging over her head. So maybe she is not in the correct head space. Hopefully she can use the lockdownto sort herself out, ready to face the world after.