- Lady Zamar is no longer paying any attention to anyone who comments on her fashion choices
- She has accepted that she can’t please everyone, so she is only focused on how she feels.
- The musician has also spoken out that she doesn’t use her experimental style to garner attention
Lady Zamar has had enough of being dragged for fashion sense and has fired back at trolls saying that she refuses to change her style just to make them happy.
Not a week goes by without someone criticizing the way Lady Zamar dresses and she is getting tired of seeing her name trending on Twitter for all the wrong reasons.
Recently the musician’s name was at the top of the Twitter trends list because of the outfit she wore during her performance on ‘Idols SA’.
Now Lady Zamar is tired of getting angry about it, so she has decided to ignore the hate, but if someone tells her that she is using her fashion sense to get attention, then she is more than happy to clap back at them.
Briefly.co.za learned that she just wants to inspire people to be who they want to be and realize that they don’t have to dress and act a certain just because someone told them to.
She feels that it’s ridiculous to think that she would put herself out there to be torn about by haters just to get people to know her name, she believes that there are so many other ways to get herself noticed.
TimesLIVE reports that Lady Zamar is performing at the upcoming Macufe Music Festival and she has already warned Mzansi that she is going to be bringing her unique fashion sense to the festival, as well as some new music.
She is already excited about performing because she has always wanted to perform at the festival and it will be one of the highlights of her career.
With regards to her style choices, she has declared that she will continue to dress the way she wants to until somebody can give her a proper reason to change her ways.
She has learned to take the criticism with a pinch of salt because it’s not that important to her and she realizes that she can’t please everyone.
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