“I feel very upset, how can you struggle in the business and make it to the top and say no other female artist can fill your shoes? It’s like you are saying to the rest of us that no matter how much talent we have and no matter how hard we work we will never amount to anything, that’s not nice, we look up to you, many of us aspire to be like you, so please don’t disrespect us because you are now rich and no longer struggling,” said Sajay in a very angry tone.
According to Sajay she will not be fazed by such negative comments as she has every confidence in the world that in due time she too will be a force to be reckoned with in the dancehall arena.
“I am not pleased about what was said and I will not let it hold me back, because I know that with hard work and dedication I too will achieve great success in the music business. When I make it I plan to help others to climb up the ladder of success instead of pushing them down.
Sajay is currently enjoying much attention in the dancehall with songs including Nuh New Cama, Wine and Mi Look. She is preparing to shoot music videos for two singles Mi Look Good and Wine.