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#TSRPrayersUp: We hope everything is ok with #LilPump! Drop some words of encouragement, #Roommates 👇🏾

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Another follower posted ‘Anyone notice how all these men in Hollywood, particularly black men, are all having extreme mental issues, problems, major drama, suicidal thoughts, depression, etc.??? 🐸☕ Something going on with all them boys.’

One other person asked ‘Smh why are these young entertainers so suicidal?’

A commenter criticized haters and said ‘Yall talking about “who cares.He said that he doesn’t know if he can do this anymore and he feels that he’ll die soon.

Fans freaked out and sent encouraging messages to him, and haters slammed him all any other rappers who post this online.There are resources to help, reach out to them.This not a drug issue is a mental one, and you guys are so rude.’

Someone else also addressed the hate comments and wrote ‘These comments are loud and sad.Let them vent, send prayers and positive vibes.[Three Movies Orders Of First 2019 Christmas Hallmark]

.Haters say that people are just doing this for attention.

Lil Pump took to social media to post what fans have interpreted to be a suicidal message.The stigma of mental health is so bad in the music industry.Stop doing drugs ” like some people do drugs to get rid of the pain and eventually that stops n start to feel it again.[In Reportedly Miranda Involved Restaurant Lambert Fight Nashville]

‘Why all these rappers turn to social media expressing that they wanna kill themselves?’ someone asked in the comments section.[Candy Ricky Martin More Holland Brown Jensen And Ackles Karamo Tom Man]🙏🏾✊🏾

One person said that mental health is a very important issue: ‘Mental health is extremely important we’re living in the times where it’s at it’s highest peek please pray for this young man.’

Let’s hope everything is okay with Lil Pump.
Source: http://celebrityinsider.org/lil-pumps-fans-freak-out-after-the-rapper-posts-a-seemingly-suicidal-message-on-social-media-263552/

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