“At that point in my career as an independent female artist…I realized that I was born with musical gifts given to me by The Creator (God) and I needed to utilize this time I have here on this earth to express myself and touch as many people as I can. It wasn’t about money or proving myself to be more superior than others but to spread messages of hope that many people need to hear. There were some really unfair things that were done to me that year. My computer was hacked and a lot of my work was plagiarized and paraphrased and seemed to have been distributed among the other artists. It was as if suddenly people who I looked at as fellow musicians and entertainers and wondered if I would one day collaborate with were all parading around with a piece of my soul like it was a joke or a new toy that came out and they were all playing with different pieces of it. I did absolutely nothing to deserve it. I sat back and watched for a while and started researching the different methods of hacking and spying that goes on and different preventative measures to take against it. I realized that what was done to me was indeed a crime and I had been victimized…raped of my individuality and robbed of my creative works. However I had a responsibility to continue on my journey because see this thing is not just about money, riches, and fame. But there was something I still had and that is the creative talent and the ability create more. There were many people out there who needed to know about my reality so they would know that there is hope and life…it just happens and things come through and they pass by and all things happen for a reason. I also realized that just because my heart is sincere that that doesn’t mean everyone else’s heart is. It had to take a wicked, self centered, soulless individual operating on a very spiritual low to pay someone to hack my computer and sit and watch me as I worked on my creative projects and then steal the concepts and even my imagery and outfits and put it on theirselves or another artist and present it as if it was their own work….I write my songs. I am a songwriter. I produce the tracks. I am a producer. These are my expressions from my soul from my experiences I have had in my life…these things are not gimmicks. This is who I am. I am a real person…a woman... Not some pasted together compilation of hacked pieces of some other artists’ hard work….somebody else’s heart and soul”
A closed storefront, traffic etc., but then it changes and she is in a computer and the hacker who has been stealing her work to give it to another artist is sitting there watching her but she knows he/she is watching her and begins to speak to him/her through the computer screen.
At some point she leans in and says to the hacker and the other artist “Why’re you so greedy? Don’t you have everything you need in the world? Why’re you so needy? You can’t take what’s mine I’m not that girl. You could never be me. You would lose it all trying to gain control. You’re so empty. I guess that’s why you tried to steal my soul. Hell No! You gon’ pay for that. You not gon’ get away with that.” Her artist Nena Marcella also appears in this video giving the world a face to put with her rich and heavy voice that had everyone’s imagination running wild for over a year.
“It is quite disappointing to watch someone parade around and pretend to be me in front of the whole world changing into all of my outfits one at a time and not even do it right. I will be looking to be compensated through the courts. That seems to be the only way I will get my justice. They owe me more than an apology and I know they don’t even think they owe me that. Some people don’t know how to give respect where it’s due”