Thursday, November 26, 2020

People Judge Female Artistes A Lot That’s Why I’ve Stopped Worrying About Being Popular- Rashelle Blue

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Speaking with Graphic Showbiz about her assessment of the music industry fast rising Afro pop artist, Rashelle Blue has stated that she’d rather stay infamous than lose her mind over beefs in the entertainment industry.

the Hello singer said even though it was encouraging and inspiring to see female acts fly, it was a costly venture  because an artiste has to spend a lot in building his brand.

“When you watch them looking chic and wowing with talents, it is very attractive but it is a different ball game when you are into it and it is a good experience I have gained.

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“For instance, a male act can just put on baggy jeans and may not even look too good but will still be appreciated but it is a different situation for the ladies.

“While you are thinking of how to please the audience, you have a bigger worry of what to wear and complete outlook so not to incur the wrath of trollers on social media.

“The material, psychological and emotional demands affect your sanity and I’m not ready to compromise my sanity for public acceptance.” She disclosed.

The situation, she mentioned had been a major contributor to many female acts fading away quickly since they are not able to cope with the high demands including accepting illicit offers from men who make endless promises.

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