- Lady Zamar understands the struggle of suffering from acne and gives strength to those going through it
- Lady Zamar was tagged in a post by a fan who suffered from acne and took to social media to show her support
- Lady Zamar is acne free and has sent her love and support out to all those still trying to beat it
South African singer-songwriter, Lady Zamar, struggled with a teenager’s worst nightmare, acne. Being in the public eye made having acne even worse and really pulled Lady Zamar’s self-esteem down.
Lady Zamar came across a post on social media which was part of the “Where It started – Where I am now” viral challenge. The fan tagged Lady Zamar as she knew that she too suffered from acne.
Seeing the post made Lady Zamar rather emotional. Lady Zamar let the brave fan know just how proud she is of her for pushing through. Lady Zamar knows how tough it is to suffer from adult acne.
” I went thru this acne phase so suddenly and so publicly.. it was a mess.. So glad you’ve made it thru this horrible phase ❤️❤️❤️ I wish healing to everyone going thru this now.”
Having had to suffer adult acne in the public eye was one of the hardest things Lady Zamar has had to do. Not only was it humiliating, but it also took a lot out of her as a person.
Lady Zamar has beat the acne battle and is looking more radiant than ever before. Seeing Lady Zamar rise above is just another reminder that we are not defined by our struggles and that everything will eventually pass.
“After the acne has gone.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Lady Zamar has taken to social media to praise Mzansi men who do not abuse women. She also gave a shout-out to men who lend their voices towards the fight against gender-based violence (GBV).
The musician is currently embroiled in a legal case against her ex-boyfriend Sjava, who she accuses of mistreating her. Sjava denied the allegations. Taking to Twitter, Lady Zamar posted:
"Massive thanks to every man who has never laid a finger on a woman, threatened her, beat her or in any way abused a woman. Big thanks to all the men who fight alongside women to stop gender-based violence, protecting their wives, daughters, sisters, friends, aunts, moms, cousins."
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