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Lady Zamar on being grateful for the Lockdown

Since the year 2019 musician Lady Zamar has been one of the most bullied celebrities on social media. This follows the rape allegations she made against former lover Sjava. Social media was, and still remains divided over the situation with the other side supporting Sjava and the other supports Zamar.

Now, it seems as though anything Lady Zamar posts or any ideas she relays, trolls will forever find a way to victimize the Collide singer. She took to twitter to acknowledge the fact that the trolling did get to her pre-lockdown, admitting that people’s comments got to her and made her break down in tears.

Zamar says she is grateful for the COVID-19 pandemic because ‘everything stopped’ except her life, which made her realize that people’s opinions do not matter. Before COVID-19 there were things I stressed about, tons of things I was constantly worried about. I was easily hurt by people’s comments and the vicious unfounded rumors that kept flying around on social media.. I would cry when I read stuff about me. peoples opinions u see,” she tweeted.

 

The hitmaker says her heart aches for those who lost their lives due to the deadly virus, however it has made a lot of things clearer for her.

In other news – Limpopo mourns death of respected Chief Hosi Muhlava

Royal council chair Ntombi Muhlava described Chief Muhlava II as a good leader, committed community worker and a father. A Limpopo clan is overcome by grief following the death of their traditional leader, who ruled over them for close to half a century.

Mourners gather at Muhlava Royal House in Mopani district municipality, Limpopo

Chief Mpumulana Samuel Muhlava II of the Nkuna Traditional Council died on Saturday in the Tzaneen Medi-Clinic. He was 76. Read more

Source: News365

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