Fiddle Leaf Fig New Bud Advice

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Hi

I decided to encourage my FLF to branch. I cut the top off quite far down and now have 4 new buds grow from the top four leaves.

Two of the existing leaves have not grown in ideal directions, one is twisted, the other very up right. My concern is whether this will have an impact of the new buds growing from those leaves and whether I should cut them off.

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