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Bebe Rexha's Cryptic Post About The Music Industry Goes Viral

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By Kelly Coffey-Behrens on July 2, 2024 at 5:15 PM EDT

In a fiery post, Bebe Rexha, known for her songwriting contributions to artists like Eminemand Selena Gomez, as well as her chart-topping collaborations with G-Eazy and Florida Georgia Line, claimed that she has some dirt that could expose the industry.

The 34-year-old has also been vocal about body shaming in the past, which also led to her breakup with her boyfriend, Keyan Safyari.

On Tuesday, Bebe Rexha sent social media buzzing with a cryptic rant, hinting she holds secrets that could shake up the entertainment industry.

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Bebe Rexha Has Dirt On The Music Industry

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The "Meant To Be" artist went on a tangent Tuesday morning, attacking the music industry.

"I could bring down a BIG chunk of this industry. I AM frustrated. I have been UNDERMINED. I’ve been so quiet for the longest time. I haven’t seen the signs even though people constantly are bringing them up and they have been SO OBVIOUS," Rexha shared on X on Tuesday. "And when I have spoken up I’ve been silenced and PUNISHED by this industry. Things must change or I’m telling ALL of my truths. The good, the bad, and the ugly."

But she didn't stop there.

"I’m sitting in my hotel room in London Crying my eyes out. I’ve felt hopeless for the longest time. I’ve been walking a lot through this city and meeting fans and they have really ignited something inside of me," Rexha shared in a follow-up post.

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People Rally Behind Bebe Rexha

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After seeing the now-viral social media posts, thousands reacted as they reshared the message, liked the post, and left comments, letting Bebe Rexha know she isn't alone.

"You’re not alone…. You are absolutely believed, and you have an army of people behind you that support you and are ready to help whenever you’re ready," singer-songwriter Katie Waissel said. "I’m happy to speak offline if you need, I know of some of those big bad wolves that have been around you for quite some time, they are awful, and I am just so sorry for all that you have been through and are still going through. I’m just a message away."

Meanwhile, one of her fans responded, "Please end them for me. This can't be happening forever, it'll only get worse if nobody speaks up. We got your back."

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Fans Ask Bebe Rexha To Spill The Tea

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The comments continued to pour in as many X users begged Bebe Rexha to break her silence and spill the tea.

"I honestly think you’ll help a lot of artists out there if you expose it, but I’m sure you’ll be a target too, so it’s just hard, I’m sure," one of her followers said.

Another wrote, "Nobody should be forgiven for the time they took your name out of Hey Mama." Bebe responded to this post, writing, "My love. That? Compared to all the other stuff you don’t know about? That’s Child’s play."

A third asked, "What stops you from speaking? Do it! We are with you," to which the artist said, "THEY PUNISH YOU."

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Social Media Has Given Bebe Rexha 'Strength'

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After seeing the response from social media users and her millions of fans, Bebe Rexha said, "Honestly, you all have given me the strength."

Fans continued to praise and support the "I'm Good" artist, sharing, "Even against all odds, you’re still strong. We love you" and "I’m so glad that you’re still pushing & you’re still here. You don’t deserve any of it & what happens in the dark will come to light. breathe, mama, breathe."

Another expressed, "You gave us strength when you said “if it’s meant to be, it’ll be” so it’s only right we return the favor."

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Criticizing G-Eazy

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These latest posts from Bebe Rexha come weeks after she posted a cryptic message about rapper G-Eazy.

"Someone from my team had me take down my Instagram story. I decided to remove it because it felt very negative and toxic," she wrote in a since-deleted message, per Entertainment Weekly.

"Sometimes trauma can lead us to react that way, and that period of my life was traumatizing. I am writing this because I regret taking it down and I want to say that I still stand by what I said."

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