Emma Nyra finally addresses criticisms concerning her work ethics and being preyed on because of her sex.
Following accusations that she had stolen her new song, "Work Hard", the singer took to her Instagram page today, July 2, 2016, to answer the criticisms.
Nyra went on threaten prosecution of anyone who defames her name or that of her company, making sure to add that it would be the last time she would be addressing any of such issues.
Read what she wrote below:
"I have been patient with those who have been attacking me for years. Is it because i am a woman? Do you think i am weak and do not have a voice? I have my OWN self-funded company. I Write and compose MY OWN music with my team before i enter the studio as well as with any writer i may work with. I ALWAYS conduct business honestly with ALL my staff members and anyone who renders me a service.
"You should know by now that i am not weak. You cannot prey on me just because i am a woman. This is the #YearoftheWOMAN. I speak for all women when i say we should no longer take any form of defamation sitting down. Anyone and any company , trying to defame me henceforth, will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
"You will see the power of God and His love work through me this year and forevermore. This is the first and last time i am addressing anything like this ever again. Now, back to the music! #NyraMusicMonday in full effect! #StopVictimizingWomen #WORKHARD and #MAKEMONEY! #LoveVersusMoney #YearOfTheWOMAN."
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