This week singer Lizzo had a breakdown on popular social media platform TikTok and her fans were right there to pick her up during her hard time. “You know that part of sadness where you feel like a burden on everyone and annoying and nobody cares about you?” asked the singer. “Can we get rid of that part? It’s like, yo, I’m already sad. Could it add insult to injury that I have no one to talk to about it?” The Juice singer regularly shares her feelings with her fans but this time it warranted a pep talk.
Celebrities Have Bad Days Too
One fan reminded Lizzo that she uplifts so many of her fans on a daily basis and that she is “inspiring”. Another fan could relate to sharing how much she too “hates that feeling” adding that the “strong suffer in silence” noting that she is proud of her for speaking up. Lizzo also shared a few other thoughts in her TikTok video wondering why “we feel like this” when we get sad. “I don’t want to feel this way anymore. I want to feel like I do have someone to talk to, people do care about me.”
Lizzo Is Always Honest Abou Her Mental Health
Even in her sadness the Good As Hell singer still managed to leave her fans with a positive affirmation. “I am loved. I’m not alone.” Lizzo went on to note that even when she doesn’t feel “that way” that is how she is always aiming to feel. The internet can be cruel but it seems as though Lizzo has built up a positive fanbase who reached out when she needed them the most. Once the body positive artist started to feel a little bit better she came back to TikTok to acknowledge what her fan did for her.
Lizzo’s Fans Stepped Up In A Big Way
“I’m definitely glad I reached out in any way I could, and TikTok was one of those ways,” shared Lizzo. “To feel received and seen and heard really, really helped me. I’m not crying anymore,” she shared. Lizzo regularly uses her platform to shine a light on both the positives and negatives of fame and fortune including how the industry views her as a plus-size, successful, talented singer. While she sometimes acts like her confidence is through the roof with some of the photos she shares on Instagram, everyone needs a pep talk sometimes.
Other Celebs Have Shared Their ‘Sad Days’
It’s not easy being vulnerable especially on social media but thankfully more celebrities are normalizing having a bad day… or year. Demi Lovato recently shared her struggles with relapse and an eating disorder in her latest YouTube documentary. Miley Cyrus has been brutally honest on her social platforms in the past and Justin Bieber even had to take to social platforms to reveal that he needed a break. Here’s to hoping that more people famous or not continue to normalize have a “sad day”.