Poverty Made Me ὺglỳ – Delay Claims

Poverty Made Me ὺglỳ – Delay Claims

In a recent interview, Deloris Frimpong Manso, who is better known by her stage name “Delay,” said that she had to work hard on her own to become famous and get to where she is in her career. 

Delay made a victorious proclamation, stating that no one could strip her of her status and that she had to fight for the glory that she is currently basking in.

“There are people who come and Ghanaians decide to show them all the love and fully support the person. In my case, I didn’t have that kind of love and support. Nobody handed fame over to me. I have become Delay because I’m talented and hardworking.

“From the beginning, I thought people hated me, but I’ve come to understand that it was a phase I needed to go through to strengthen me. I fought and I went for it, so no one can take it away from me,” Delay said.

She made the observation that her fighting spirit has always been a driving force behind her success to this day. In addition to this, she is well-known for her ability to persuade others, which helps her attract new followers.

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“I’m a dragon, I’m a fighter. If I take a look at where I started from the industry, like when I came, people said I didn’t have the looks, I wasn’t beautiful. I keep saying that it was poverty that made me look miserable.

“Poverty is not a good thing. Poverty is a killer disease and it is the truth because back then, I was broke, I didn’t have the money to even buy good creams for my skin and clothes to wear so people saw me unattractive.

“They didn’t think I fitted into their standard for beauty. I wasn’t skinny, tall, fair. I didn’t have the looks that people deemed as the standard looks so I struggled in the industry,” she concluded.

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