- Nadia Nakai has an insanely incredible year upon her, but the haters don't make it easy
- She recently stated that people's words do have an effect on her and that she sometimes struggles because of it
- Having positive and loving friends is Nadia's key to beating the haters
Nadia Nakai has had to deal with a lot of haters in her time. When you are levelling up at the rate that she is, best believe there are going to be a lot of jealous people throwing shade at you.
This year is a major one for Nadia, not only is her highly anticipated album about to drop, but she also has a lit TV gig and new ambassadorship.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Nadia recently spoke out about the haters during an interview with TshisaLIVE.
Recently bagging a spot as co-host on MTV BASE's massive hip-hop show YO! MTV Raps, Nadia has had to deal with a lot of jealous haters.
The young rapper stated that even though she has grown a thick skin over the years, it still hurts when people say mean things about her, and it always will.
Nadia is extremely excited for her gig on MTV BASE, but the haters really put a dampener on things. She never just gets to enjoy a moment without someone wanting to ruin it for her, and it is extremely hard to constantly have to deal with that.
The heartless troll make Nadia feel insecure, which makes it really hard for her to stay true to her belief of self-worth and self-love. Despite believing in herself as much as she does, Nadia is still affected by what people say.
However, Nadia finds that surrounding herself with positive and loving people is the key to beating the haters.
"You need to find people who see the value in you when no one else does. People who feel you are worth it and will pass through this stormy period," expressed Nadia.
Nadia’s debut album, Nadia Naked, drops on June 28, and the hype is insane. She is beyond excited and trying her best not to let any cyber bullies dull her sparkle; she has waited too long for this moment to let someone ruin it with their hate.
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