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Why You Shouldn’t Care About What People Think of You – Don Jazzy


Why You Shouldn’t Care About What People Think of You – Don Jazzy

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Why You Shouldn’t Care About What People Think of You – Don Jazzy

Music executive Michael Collins Ajereh, popularly known as Don Jazzy, recently shared advice on handling criticism, emphasizing the importance of focusing on personal goals rather than the opinions of others. Don Jazzy highlighted that critics often ignore individuals during their struggles but become vocal once success is achieved.

In a post on his X handle on Saturday, May 18, Don Jazzy wrote:

“Nobody gives a fck about you when you are suffering and grinding. If you give a fck about what people think about you when you make it, then you didn’t learn shit in the come-up and will be back suffering in no time.”

He added, “Worrying about what people think about you in your grinding phase and your made phase is a distraction.”

Toyin Abraham Faces Criticism Over AMVCA Remarks

In related entertainment news, actress Toyin Abraham faced backlash after praising Kehinde Bankole for winning the Best Actress award at the recent Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA). Critics suggested that Abraham’s happiness stemmed from her rival, Funke Akindele, not winning any awards.

Toyin was further criticized after she commended the AMVCA organizers, calling it the best and most genuine ceremony so far. Many perceived her comments as a slight against Akindele.

The tension between Abraham and Akindele intensified when Toyin announced the sequel to her popular movie “Alakada,” set to premiere in December. This came shortly after Akindele announced a sequel to her hit movie “Jenifa,” leading to speculation about rivalry between the two actresses.

These instances underscore the public and media’s scrutiny of celebrities, highlighting Don Jazzy’s point about the distraction of paying attention to critics.

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