Music group Dope Nation has revealed that they’ve been victims of cyber-bullying on the internet and faced industry sabotage over the years.
In an interview with Berla Mundi and AJ Sarpong on TV3 New Day, the musical duo disclosed that cyberbullying by some non-fans had weighed them down but they did not pay heed to the naysayers.
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“There a lot of things that have held us back and we feel like we’ve not received recognition for our work. The thing is that we are talents when the cyberbullying and the whole industry play weighs you down, you don’t have to give in, you have to protect your brand” they said
According to Dope Nation, they could speak for themselves and put the records straight but a lot of times Ghanaians consider outspoken folks to be arrogant.
“It’s not that we are not outspoken, the more we get outspoken you don’t do the things the talent wants you to do. We’ve been bullied a number of times everybody knows but then it’s fine,” they pointed out.
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