I used to get emotional when I was criticised – D-Cryme

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Ghanaian rapper D-Cryme has revealed how he used to be worried some years ago when people used to criticise him a lot. The rapper said the situation got so dire that, he sometimes got emotional because of that.

“I was very emotional back in the day,” he said in an interview on Accra based Hitz Fm.

D-Cryme, since his rise to fame in 2010, has been at the receiving end of attacks and criticisms that he is arrogant. Some people had even attributed the dip in his career to it.

Commenting on the perception, the Tema-based rapper said on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM: “when I was young, I was very concerned about this.”

The ‘Kill Me Shy’ hitmaker said later realised: “Personally, they [people] never had a problem with me.”

“I am super free,” he said and explained that people close to him know but unfortunately, people, from afar, may think otherwise.

He believes that “as we are growing, we are learning,” and “people will say things regardless,” what the person does.

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