Rejection didn’t destroy me – Lady Tracey

Could you introduce yourself to netizens?

I am Lady Tracey the radio host for Unity Live Radio. I am also the owner and founder of Script of Virtue Collections, and the author of 15 books. I am a product of the Jamaican soil.  I am unmarried, Christ driven and enjoy pleasing the people across the continent everyday.

What’s your nationality?

I am a Jamaican

What was growing up like?

Growing up was spontaneous. As I never stayed in one home for too long. I changed friends,  homes and schools like how someone changes their clothes. I never had a mom around, so the village raised me, as they would put it. Even though I was practically within an unstable environment, I was known to be an excellent child. I’ve always enjoyed writing and learning new things. At some point, I knew I was going to do something magnificent.

When I left high school, I took up Entertainment, it shaped me into a totally different person. I was now a star. After 6 years, I gave my life to Christ, and started a new chapter.
I am now a Minister of the Word, and woman of many hats. Rejection did not destroy me, it taught me how to fight, and because of my terrible past, I can create amazing future with my giftings.

  Why did you choose to be an OAP

I did not choose On Air Personality, OAP chose me. At first, I only wanted a job, then the manager ask me if I could speak on a microphone, and I yes sure! And it all started from there. I turned my books into devotions, and my devotions into sermons. That’s when I realized that God had it all planned out.

Did your parents object to your chosen career?

My mother objected about me being an OAP, because according to her, I was not making any money. But I believe my late adapted father is smiling in his grave. He was happy with anything I did. 

What are the challenges you face on the job?

The worst challenges I face is the no movement restrictions. At some point, I would do anything to take my show on the road, drop a few beats here and there, and get the audience on my microphone.

Tell us your happiest day, so far.

My happiest day was when I found this job. On April the 10th of 2020. It was the best choice I ever made next to writing. Because it is what keeps me going.

What about your most embarrassing day?

My most embarrassing day is when I do some freestyling on Facebook, but have to deal with copyright law when they blocked my playlist from my audience.

What message do you have for the young ones out there?

I would like to remind my young people that they are special. I want them to know that they are the best thing that ever happened to this world. For when the older folks are gone, it will be their time to unlock the treasures that are hidden in them; the next Steve Jobs, the next Oprah.

You can be anything you want to be, if you only dream it. Write that dream down, then run with it. And don’t ever look back.

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