Lady Zamar breaks her silence on Babes Wodumo's recent cyber-bullying

Lady Zamar breaks her silence on Babes Wodumo's recent cyber-bullying

- Lady Zamar has been silent on the nasty remarks that Babes Wodumo made about her acne

- But the singer has now spoken up about it, admitting she was indeed hurt

- Zamar says she doesn't care about it and that the bullying doesn't define her

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Lady Zamar has been quite quiet about the uproar that had been made after Babes Wodumo mocked her skin problem (acne).

Not one to stay silent when she feels strongly about something, but she was strangely avoiding the insults that Babes threw her way.

TimesLIVE reports she has now spoken up and addressed the debacle.

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Babes shared a video of herself mocking Zamar and initially claimed she was innocent and got hacked. She has recently admitted to being guilty though.

Zamar didn't throw any tantrums or even get publicly upset about the whole thing, but told Drum magazine that she was embarrassed and hurt by what Babes said.

"And I was horrified, how could she be so cruel, to invest so much time and effort just to be just a mean person? I couldn’t believe it."

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Babes' boyfriend, Mampintsha defended her, also claiming she was hacked, which we now know was a lie.

The Gqom singer's confession was too little too late, according to Zamar.

"She not only disrespected me, but fans as well, and you just don’t do that - you’re undermining so many people, that’s just wrong."

Zamar also says that Babes and her sister, Nondumiso, never tried to contact her to apologise.

However, learnt that Zamar says she doesn't care about it or getting an apology - the bullying doesn't define her.

"It’s not important to me, I don’t know why she doesn’t like me, and I honestly don’t care. I’m going to avoid her as I’ve always done - what she said might’ve hurt me, but it doesn’t define me, we get up and do better things, choose to be better people. If more people cared about being good people, the world would be such a better place."

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