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American rapper puts out suicidal post, fans react

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By Agnes Abubakir

American rapper Azealia Banks recently put out a post that deemed suicidal. In reaction to it, her fans took to social media to show her support amid her recent posts which suggested that she could be contemplating suicide.

On Saturday, Banks left many of her followers worried when she took to her Instagram stories to share what appeared to be her resolve to commit suicide, Salient Times gathered.

She wrote:

“Yea, I think I’m done here. This pandemic, extreme lack of social interaction, no intimacy, combined with constant public ridicule is making life harder than it’s worth.

“I think I will end my tenure here on earth soon. I’m not begging for attention or asking for sympathy/empathy. I’m just ready to go. Peacefully of course.

“I will document my last times and release a film for you all to finally understand me, from my perspective… My soul is tired. I’m ready to go.”

This is so heartbreaking I hope someone who knows azealia banks personally reaches out to her and finds out if she’s okay. We needa keep the same energy that we had with Kanye.

— N a d i a ミ☆ (@dylansdrugdeala) August 9, 2020

In a follow-up post on Monday, Banks expressed that she felt better.

“I am fine, better than I was before,” she wrote in a post accompanied by a picture of herself smiling.

She also called out those she said never cared she existed before but are now showing concerns amid her situation.

“Don’t express concern for me when I’m down. You can do that when I’m up there. Support me when I’m feeling good and got smile on my face.

“Don’t support me when I’m crying or down. Do that when I’m showing my creativity and releasing new music…” she said.

Sending positive thoughts to Azealia Banks. The industry and the internet has treated her extremely unfairly. Yes she’s said & done some nasty things but so have many other celebrities with bipolar disorder, yet they are met with empathy and “free passes” while she is demonised.

— Mojo Jojo (@readyplayerjoe) August 9, 2020

Since the 29-year-old music star’s post, several fans have reached out to her while also calling on relevant authorities to ensure her safety.