Multilingual artiste Layla Sania was bullied at school for being a singer


Singer-actress Layla Sania does not want to draw a limit to what she wants to do and achieve in life. Photo: ART CHEN/The Star

“I missed out on receiving two years’ worth of duit raya due to the pandemic, which I could’ve collected and bought something nice for myself.

“Now they say I am too big to receive duit raya! AND that I have to give out money to the younger ones,” lamented singer Layla Sania but her cheerful facial expression and voice belied the complaint.

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