To be in the spotlight, you really have to have a tough skin and learn how to make all things work for your good.
This is not an easy feat to surmount because some people tend to easily feel sad or back out when people criticize them.
This was the case of Mercy Eke. A clip out of her reality show went viral and she was mocked for not pronouncing some words correctly in the video.
However, her fans encouraged her to turn the mockery into a brand and promised that they would support her and patronise the brand.
Amazingly, she heeded to their advice and released a sporty clothing line which displays the words she was mocked with.
However, some people from her rival gang, especially the Titans, who didn't know the story behind her new creation were quick to criticise her for copying Tacha's new wears which is similar to Mercy Eke's wears.
Mercy has however sold out her wears within the last few hours it was released. It is very obvious with more fans still placing orders and telling her to produce more since they haven't gotten theirs.
Do you think Mercy is a smart business woman or otherwise?
Do let us know what you think in the comment section.
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