If that's the case, to what end should one shut out all outside influence?
If you hear an idea and you feel an affinity toward it, do you automatically lose all stake and agency in the matter?
If someone notices an obvious flaw in your work, points it out, and you fix it and like the end result more, does that render your work moot?
If you share interest in a genre, are you now beholden to everyone who shares the same interest?
If you look up to someone's technical prowess, linework or use of color and choose to implement some of those techniques in your own work, are you now cucked without even knowing it?
If someone likes what you do and wishes that you keep at it, is the only way to avoid being cucked to literally drop art on the spot and never produce anything again?
Parasites have inhabited drawthreads since time immemorial. Be a good custodian of artistry and teach others to discriminate between springs of inspiration and pernicious entitled vermin.