- Mandisa Nduna expressed her feelings about the lies that consume the hip-hop industry.
- She stated that no one is honest and when she showed her transparency, people felt uncomfortable.
- People have called her 'too confident' because she is honest, but that will not stop her from staying true to herself.
When lies are told it brings only negativity. Mandisa Nduna had her say with regards to lies and hopes that the heavyweights of hip-hop have heard her loud and clear.
Mandisa has a great passion for hip-hop and it has always been her dream to be a rapper.
Speaking to Afternoon Express, she explained it was when she changed her attitude and was honest and genuine did things start to fall into place. She trusts that fellow artist in the industry will take heed and learn a lesson.
It’s a known fact that everyone lies, but in the hip-hop industry, lies are told about the amount of money they earn and even what they own.
Briefly.co.za learnt that when Mandisa took the opposite approach to life and became more open and honest, her career started to come together. The people began to listen to her. Fans cannot be lied to anymore.
Mandisa is of the opinion that artists within the industry need to enjoy their careers and most importantly, stay real!
She said that the question needs to be asked of musicians, are you doing okay?
Mandisa told TshisaLIVE a month ago that she is often accused of being over confident.
The phrase, big d**ck energy trended on twitter which described people who radiate high energy and confident levels. The actress-turned rapper has been called this before.
Mandisa says she is comfortable within herself and her talent as she works really hard to be the best!
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