Betty Bayo is a renowned vernacular gospel artiste. Recently she posted photos of her new found lover after they separated with the controversial pastor Kanyari.
This did not go well with her ex husband who talked ill of Betty and her new lover. This was not well received by most social media users who termed it as jealousy motives.
Betty acted wisely and did not exchange words with Kanyari but instead chose a deaf we ear. On her Facebook page this morning she wrote this narrative emphasizing the importance of silence and choosing not to listen to negative energy
"One day a frog decided to go up to the top of a tree, Other frogs shouted on top of their voices, "it's impossible, it's impossible."
But the frog kept going, eventually, it reached the top.How? Because he was deaf, he thought everyone was encouraging him to reach the top.
Be Wise; Be deaf to all negative sentiments and keep going towards your goals. Keep going! May God be with you."
She also went ahead to wish Netizens a smooth day. Here is the post:
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