Promoter K2 revealed to Juba Eye evening standard that his time in the spotlight has had a major impact on his circle of friends and made him less willing to open. “A lot of interesting things in friends come out,” he said of what happened when he’s famous in South Sudan. “So, in a way it’s good because you learn that it’s better to have a few really good friends than tons of friends who you aren’t really sure about. There are people who understand that I love hanging out with them and who know that whenever I’m out or within Juba, I’m going to call them and chill out, but sometimes I can’t call every day because I’m in weird places, I’ve to work day and night to fulfill the dream of south Sudan music industry of which I’m to determined I’ll”
He continued: “I’ve lost a lot of friends and most of friends are hardly criticizing me online and phone calls sometimes but I guess that’s all because I’m always busy with management and, if I don’t reach them out, then it’s like I’ve changed, I’m promoting only people I know or my relatives. I can assure them that I’m really to promote south Sudanese talents and connect them with the rest of trending world, I hate nobody, that’s why slightly nickname me as ZOL TA NAS ( for the people) and I’m good with [the friends] I’ve got.”
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