Faith Nketsi says she used negative factors to her advantage until she got on top
Talk about making lemonade out of lemons people throw at you.
Well, that is what reality television star and rapper Faith Nketsi did with the negativity Twitter threw at her.
The rapper, who constantly gets trolled on socials, took to Twitter and revealed how the negativity made her boss up when it came to tons of things.
“This is perhaps the foremost toxic social media platform, but let me tell you, all that negativity made me an enormous girl. A boss! I’m the girl I feel I’m, and that I know I’m getting to be the lady I desire to be,” she expressed.
This is probably the most toxic social media platform, but let me tell u, all that negativity made me a big girl. A BOSS!!! I am the girl I think I am, and I know I am going to be the woman I desire to be 😊 pic.twitter.com/IbC2Uv0iMN
— faith.nketsi (@_faith_nketsi) November 24, 2020
While she began a rap journey last year, Faith found herself having to clap back at music haters, stating she uses the negativity to fuel her.
With the assistance of hitmaker DJ Maphorisa, Faith launched a music career late last year, however, her debut tracks met with some criticism as people described her songs as whack with many saying she should stick with twerking or reality shows.
As Maphorisa continued to be accused of “playing the nation” by backing Faith in her rap career, she on the opposite hand wasn’t having any of it.
Using the negativity as a push, Faith posted an image of herself on stage telling Mzansi that nothing was getting to stop her shine.
“I use the negativity to fuel the transformation into a far better me,” she captioned the snap on Instagram.
Faith isn’t the primary celeb to call out Black Twitter. a couple of days ago, businesswoman and television personality Bonang Matheba expressed her disgust at the hate on the platform using the words, “This place has become filthy. So unfortunate… yuck!”.