- Since reality TV star Faith Nketsi decided to try her hand at rapping, peeps have been full of criticism
- No one seems to be impressed with the young lady's ability to drop bars and make them love her music
- Fellow rapper, Nadia Nakai, has spoken up for Faith, asking people to stop being so negative and give her a break
About a month ago, Faith Nketsi has dropped her debut album Disrespectful and had her trending for all the wrong reasons.
Mzansi mercilessly dragged the reality star-turned-rapper. Briefly.co.za reported that when you come out with a song titled Men are Trash, the chances are you are going to cause an upset.
However, Nadia Nakai, fellow female rapper, is tired of seeing Faith on the receiving end of hate and roasts. Just a few days ago, social media users threw shade at Faith and began to spit their own bars.
Nadia is not impressed.
Taking to her Twitter account, Nadia addressed the ceaseless criticism, calling for the 'hate train' to now come to an end. She feels that constructive criticism is a good thing, but what people are doing is not constructive at all.
"I just don’t like seeing anyone getting dragged... not cool... this app can be so toxic sometimes...
"All I’m saying is women can be so quick to bring down other women... which really sucks... she’s trying something new, she will grow and get better... people need to relax...
"Y’all really need to stop this hate train on Faith, it’s her first project... allow her to grow dammit!!! She’s just starting... y’all can be so mean!!! Women are such an easy target for y’all on this app... sick of it. Stop."
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