Rapper D-Cryme has revealed that some years ago, he used to be worried about criticisms that he was arrogant.
The rapper said the claims, even though baseless, were so rampant they bothered him greatly.
When he rose to fame in 2010, D-Cryme, was widely perceived as arrogant. His success, it was believed, got into his head and lack of humility led to a dip in his performance.
Discussing this on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, the Tema-based rapper said, “when I was young, I was very concerned about this.”
“I was very emotional back in the day,” when people made comments to the effect that he was arrogant.
The ‘Kill Me Shy’ hitmaker said many of those who called him arrogant didn’t really know him and “Personally, they never had a problem with me.”
“I am super free,” he said.
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