From staying away from haters to getting work done, here’s how the GMP founder does it.
Earlier this year, the Chelete hitmaker shared briefly about his BBC interview in snippets. Today, the BBC channel released the full interview which is for a the Afro Beats Special segment for BBC Africa. In the interview, Gazza was speaking about avoiding negative energy and minding your own business.
“My attitude right now is that negative energy is just too hard to carry,” he said.
He also spoke on how he avoids beef. “Just stay positive. If you want to beef with me it is fine, you carry that luggage. I am free, freedom to be able to dream and work on your dreams. It doesn’t matter what it takes or how long it takes. As long as you are focused you are gonna get there.” he said.