- Moozlie has taken to social media to share her views on "disrespectful" criticism by fans
- The rapper believes that most social media users tend to be disrespectful when criticising celebs.
- Moozlie urged her fans to offer her advice if they have knowledge that could improve her business ventures instead of trolling her
Moozlie has taken to social media to share her views on "disrespectful" criticism by fans. The rapper believes that most social media users tend to be disrespectful when criticising celebs.
The stunner expressed that peeps need to "honestly" engage with the entertainers and provide solutions. Moozlie said she understands that everyone has a right to freedom of speech but feels some people abuse that right when "speaking honestly" on negative things.
"Freedom of speech is fine and I’m with it all the way. We all need to engage honestly to learn & grow. I (personally) find that people want to be disrespectful when “speaking honestly” on negative things. And they just wanna tell you you cap. No solutions, just hate."
Moozlie urged her fans to offer her advice if they have knowledge that could improve her business ventures instead of trolling her.
"For example: I start a merch line. Maybe I’m not pushing it the right way. Instead of posting a spicy subliminal on the timeline, why not tag me & offer advice since You have knowledge that could really help me. Why just cap on me on the timeline for the sake of ‘speaking freely'."
One tweep, @NikkiNewlands, told Moozlie that advice isn’t openly accepted by anyone.
"Well I would personally hear you out. Especially YOU!!! If there’s no cap just pure advice on business so I can grow, why the hell not. But I guess we aren’t all the same," Moozlie replied.
In other news related to music, Briefly.co.za reported that Ntukza took to social media to call on aspiring music producers to submit their "hard" work to him.
The rapper, who shot to fame with award-winning hip-hop group Teargas, said he needed new beats as he prepares to work on a new project.
The star said when he is done with his "little" studio break, he will need hard hip-hop and Kwaito beats.
"When I get off this lil' studio break and I’m refreshed, I'll need sumo beats, get at me with some hard hard - firstname.lastname@example.org."
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