• JMK had mixed feelings over the constant criticism she and many other public figures get from people, just because they don’t like their style or contents.
Ex-Big Brother Naija season 6 Shine Ya Eye contestant and reality television star, Jumoke Adedoyin, well-known as JMK has shared a post where she ponders on the pressure she feels being on the limelight.
JMK expressed how it’s always difficult for celebrities, and public figures to explain the pressures hovering around their everyday lives.
She has it to say that sometimes, the followers of those public figures fail to understand how they toil in the night, just to make sure the contents they want to put out are good, before sharing them.
And if after the sleepless nights, the contents have been shared, there’s always that scape goat, who will criticize the content, without considering how long it took that public figure to prepare and put them together.
The Shine Ya Eye ex-housemate shared this via her Snapchat page.
JMK said, “I feel so bad when I see people underrating brand influencers or should I say public figures in general: I’m talking about the ones who put out actual contents. If u see them acting proud u can’t blame them, it’s actually a lot of work.
“Sometimes I cry in the middle of trying to get my content right, and the moment I do I’m thinking of the next content. But u just see it out here like it was effortless, And after everything you have done; one maggot who have no idea about your work will come to drop negative comments under the post that gave u sleepless night to shoot and edit.
“And as a female when they see u living the life; they are always quick to say it’s one man that made it possible. Sometimes they are right, most times they are wrong; but sometimes can u at least acknowledge the person’s hard work?
“In case you don’t know public figures are the most depressed people, some will deny it but that’s the fact. Waking up everyday knowing some people are looking forward to what u have to post on your social media for the day.
“Isn’t that why the fake life is real because of the pressure to drop quality content that will bring the traffic to their page to ascertain more clients that are willing to pay to be known by this people?”