Lady Zamar Gets Deleted Unanimously.Lady Zamar trended again, and not for the right reasons again. It seems that the troubled songstress’ New Year is not getting off to a shining start, but is that her fault or just another causality of 2020 2.0? The latest drag and trending session had nothing to do with he-who-shall-not-be-mentioned-by-name, but proved that maybe her music is something she should spend more time working on.
Context: On Twitter there is currently the delete-one challenge. A tweep posts four leading personalities that professionally do a version of the same thing, and then fellow tweeps are asked which one they would prefer to not hear their music again given the chance. Cassper Nyovest was also a causality of the challenge when put up with fellow leading rappers like AKA, A-Reece and Nasty C. But who knows, maybe if it was amapiano the verdict would have been different.
Cassper easily. https://t.co/rYLK7EW29O
— THE SCOTTS (@GudeKhanya) January 15, 2021
Sis blocked me, so Lady Zamar it is https://t.co/0OB0RiQiyi
— Bongile August (@OfficialBongile) January 16, 2021
In Lady Zamar’s case, she was pitied against musicians including Busiswa, Simmy and Sho Madjozi. While there were votes for our other listed faves except for Simmy, the continuous use of her name landed the good sis on the trends list as many suggested that they could live without hearing a Lady Zamar single. Tweeps were heartless suggesting that the vocalist needs the assistance of producer-DJ to produce a smash by citing that her solo albums do not hit as hard as her debut album, which was in collaboration with Junior Taurus.
With her name trending and Twitter waking up to see her name topping the trends list. It did not take long for tweeps to get ready with the all violence needed to start everyone’s morning just right. First, it was trolls going for the throat “innocently” inquiring on why the “Collide” hitmaker was trending. It then snowballed to where everyone knew it would go with her name dominating the trends; he-who-shall-not-be-mentioned-by-name.
Why is lady Zamar trending? pic.twitter.com/O4GpqeINIl
— Man’s NOT Barry Roux (@AdvoBarryRoux) January 16, 2021
The last time Lady Zamar commented on her latest career moves she was working on an album, and it seems that that task has consumed the girl. Most of her posts from before the festive break were of the star at Universal studios serving looks, and hopefully serving vocals for her upcoming album.
On the other hand, he-who-shall-not-be-mentioned-by-name has used this year to state on a clean slate and reestablishing his brand and name, Zamar is hopefully preparing the tea for us in the form of music so she can prove all that she can be “deleted” wrong.