Lady Zamar wishes people didn't feel so entitled to her personal life

Lady Zamar wishes people didn't feel so entitled to her personal life

- Lady Zamar has expressed her disappointment at people being more concerned with her personal life than her music

- The star said she truly appreciates her real fans

- She also reminisced about the beginning stages of her career

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Lady Zamar has had a year full of drama so far.

Her personal life has hogged the headlines and it seems the singer isn't coping with the scrutiny.

Today, she tweeted, "I love music and I love my fans. But no one is entitled to the personal details of my life. I'm tired of being dragged for every possible thing under the sun, especially stuff none of you know anything about. Love and appreciate my day ones though."

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Zamar continued, "Zamartians have been with me from day one. From 2015 to 2020, and there is still so much (more) to come. I just want to send a massive thank you to all my day ones."

A fan pointed out that Lady Zamar kind of put her own business out there when she initially called Sjava out for lying to her about being married on social media.

To this, Zamar replied, "I didn't bring my business anywhere. (You) crazy twisted Twitter trolls trolled me nje (just like that) unprovoked. (You) start the rumours and trends - why should I explain them?"

Lady Zamar is currently in a legal battle with her ex, Sjava, after she levelled rape accusations against him.

Earlier this year, reported that Sjava had denied the allegations and charged Zamar with defamation.

The whole saga has been turned into a social media frenzy with some peeps supporting Zamar, while others have Sjava's back.

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