"I feel like it’s a bit unfair," she said to The Sun. "I actually haven’t done that much, but it’s just what I have done have been huge events."
And the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards.
"If I was at the Mobos, it was because I was nominated, or if I performed at something, it’s because I was asked. It’s not like I was forcing myself on anyone," she continued.
"Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but I worked so hard to get any exposure at all, so I don’t see that as a negative."
She also feels like she deserves to be on every TV show going given the fact that it's taken her a little while to be noticed in the first place.
"People who were critical of that weren’t there when you’re working your arse off trying to get a record, and when you’re trying to get someone to listen. They don’t know how that feels," she raged.
She also hinted at the fact she might calm her schedule down at some point: "So I take it as a positive. It’s all about getting your music out there, and who knows, I might not get that kind of exposure next year, or ever. I’m happy."