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Dope Nation laments about being bullied in the industry

Dope Nation, a music group, has disclosed that they have been victims of both cyberbullying and industry sabotage over the years.

In an interview with TV3 New Day, the duo explained that they have been affected by cyberbullying from non-fans, but they have chosen not to let it deter them.

Additionally, they have felt that their work has not been recognized, and that they have been held back by various factors.

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The group emphasized the importance of protecting one’s brand in the face of such challenges.

They also mentioned that they have the ability to speak up for themselves, but they are aware that some may perceive them as arrogant if they are too outspoken.

Finally, they explained that being outspoken can sometimes result in not being able to do what one’s talent requires.

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