Lady Zamar (PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES/GALLO IMAGES)
Since her rise to fame Lady Zamar must
be one of the most cyberbullied local celebrities – but against the odds, she
has risen above it.
From posts about her acne to her
private life being blasted all over the news following her rape allegations
against ex-boyfriend Sjava, it has been a tough two years for the singer.
Now that everything has quietened down
due to the national lockdown, Lady Zamar has taken to Twitter to reflect on her
life before the pandemic.
In a series of tweets the star opened
up about how, before lockdown, the mean social media comments got to her and
made her cry.
“Before COVID19 there were things I stressed
about, tons of things I was constantly worried about, I was easily hurt by
people’s comments and the vicious unfounded rumors that kept flying around on
social media.. I would cry when I read stuff about me.. peoples opinions u see
[sic],” she wrote
She wrote that she’s grateful for the
lockdown because it made her realise what is true, important and what really
matters – and that is her life.
“But then the silence came..
everything stopped.. Everything stopped, Except my life.. the actual
breathing.. the life mechanism. And everyday I am grateful for it and I mourn
for those who have lost theirs because of COVID19 and other illnesses, violence
and pain [sic].”
Lady Zamar also wrote about how her
heart aches for those who’ve contracted the virus and those who’ve lost their
loved ones because of it. However, these
hard and uncertain times have made a lot of things clearer to her.
She also encouraged others, during the chaos and uncertainty
Covid-19 has brought, to try to figure out what’s important to them.