Actor and singer Emelia Brobbey has described the trolling she suffered on social media after the release of her debut song ‘Fa me ko’ as a blessing in disguise.
While some social media users criticised the quality of the song, others mocked Emelia’s voice.
Reacting to the trolls in an interview on Class FM, Emelia Brobbey indicated that although some of the trolls hurt her feelings, it turned out to be a blessing as it helped promote her song.
“To be honest, at some point it was really hurting, I mean because some were really insulting me and at some point I said, ‘OK, they’re just making fun of the song so that it’ll be popular so that everybody can sing, so that wherever I am and they raise ‘Fa me Ko’, they can sing along and there’ll be a great vibe, so, they’re helping me promote my song so let me drop that negativity and focus on the positive so that I can just focus on what I’m doing.
Emelia Brobbey continued,
“So, I might say that to me, I think it’s a blessing in disguise because it really didn’t give me much work to do so far as promotion is concerned but some few insults were hurting. I’m human, I mean I can’t say that it didn’t hurt.”
The actress recently released another single titled ‘Odo electric’ featuring Wendy Shay.