DJ Azonto, known for his dynamic presence in the music industry, recently made a bold statement that surprised the entertainment industry. In a video that has since gone viral, he declared, “I’m richer than my critics and their families.”
DJ Azonto, a famous DJ, has faced criticism, mainly from people on the internet, for his crossdressing and behaviors that some describe as “gay.” While Nigerians have accepted figures like Bob Risky and James Brown, Ghanaians are struggling to accept DJ Azonto’s style.
The recent debates and arguments about the LGBTQ community in Ghana have made the criticism against DJ Azonto even stronger. Whenever he performs or shares videos online, he faces a lot of negative comments.
In response to his critics, DJ Azonto told Zionfelix in a recent interview that he doesn’t care about what they say because he’s wealthier than them and their families. He sees crossdressing as part of his identity and something that brings him happiness.
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He mentioned that he now owns a Range Rover, which he bought with the money he earned from his hit song ‘Fa No Fom.’ DJ Azonto, who has three children, emphasized that he is more focused on providing for his family and children’s education than worrying about people who don’t add value to his life.
In a society where conformity is often valued, individuals who dare to break free from the mold and express themselves authentically can face backlash. DJ Azonto’s message is a rallying cry for authenticity, self-expression, and the courage to be true to oneself.
As DJ Azonto’s words continue to echo in the digital sphere, they encourage others to hold fast to their dreams and to take pride in their uniqueness. The viral video is a reminder that while critics may abound, it’s the belief in oneself and the determination to succeed that can drown out the noise of negativity.