Maltese singer Chrsitabelle Borg has said she’ll be staying away from “negative vibes” in the run up to the Eurovision semi final this Thursday. The Taboo singer expressed her excitement at the love she’s received from fans, but was disappointed at people pushing their “destructive agenda”.
According to the singer the international press has loved her on-stage performance this year, and a lot of Maltese people are excited to see what she brings to the song after months of hard work.
The full post reads:
“This week I will not be using my personal Facebook page much. I am trying to stay away from negative vibes that SOME fellow maltese brothers and sisters insist on divulging.
On another note I can’t but thank the thousands who have shown their love and support towards me and team MALTA. Having said that I cannot but help but point out that instead of speading positive messages and be part of this amazing wave of positivity, some just keep pushing their destructive agenda. A real pity when overall, the international media have had nothing but lovely comments about our show this year, with some also saying that they are ranking it as one of their favorites in this years competition. For this reason, I shall personally stay away from these negative vibes and focus on making our country proud and showing eveyone that positivity makes the world a better place.
Finally I would like to thank wholeheartedly all those who have been supportive throughout this journey and to my team for their contsant hard work! It is the best experience of my life and im going to make it count xxxx
Honestly guys I do not know what I could do more!”