People attack me spiritually over my TikTok posts, they appear in my dreams – Tiktok’s Felicia Osei reveals

People attack me spiritually over my TikTok posts, they appear in my dreams - Tiktok’s Felicia Osei reveals
People attack me spiritually over my TikTok posts, they appear in my dreams – Tiktok’s Creveals.

One of Ghana’s popular and hilarious female Tiktok content creators, Felicia Osei, has shockingly revealed that the abusive comments on her videos on Tiktok sometimes come after her spiritually.

Felicia revealed that sometimes she sees the same people tormenting her in dreams after they have already done the same in reality.

Her assertions was a response to a question of whether people write negative comments about her videos in an interview with Ghanaian Youtuber, Kwadwo Sheldon monitored by this portal.

“Yes, I even dream and see people tormenting me in my dream… I will put the contents out there and the things I see under the comments section, I see those things in my dream attacking me,” she said in a troubled voice.

However, Felicia stressed that she will never allow such things to quell her passion, so by doing that, she just deletes and blocks the owners of such abusive comments because in life, whatever you do, you will get people criticising your efforts, but she believes such things also “help you become your better self.”

“I have developed the mentality that whichever way you do it people will talk about it either in a negative way or positively. So I just delete and block such comments I think will harm me and just keep doing my work. Such comments can even shape me to be the best,” she said.

ALSO CHECK: Bisa Kdei – Odo Carpenter (Prod. By RudeBoi)

Being a Tiktok star, there was no way the interviewer will leave her without hearing her thoughts about the Tiktok stars being the best music influencers in the country and without them, no music will trend as suggested by her colleague Tiktoker, Asantewa.

She said, “ For me, I believe it doesn’t matter who promotes your song or not the only thing is how good the music sound because that is the only way people will accept your song.”

Watch the interview below;