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Update! Chika Rapper – songs, health and lifestyle all you need to know.
Rapper CHIKA retiring from music after battling mental health issues
Chika Rapper – songs, health and lifestyle. Chika Rapper born Jane Chika Oranika March 9, 1997 known mononymously as Chika (often stylized CHIKA), is an American rapper, songwriter, poet, model, and actress. She first garnered attention on social media before signing to Warner Records in 2019. The following year, she was included in XXL’s 2020 Freshman Class and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best New Artist.
Currently, Chika American rapper is battling mental illness and may be dropping from her music career. She sometime ago was rescued from suicidal act but today she is still surviving.
According to a post made by Chika on instagram we are truly convinced that something is wrong somewhere. Below is a part of the messages from Chika American Rapper.
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Chika Rapper said:-
“Today, i shared that I was thinking of retiring because the mental toll being in the industry has taken on me is not something you bounce back from easily,” she tweeted, on Saturday. “I’ve told my team, i’ve told my therapist, i’ve told friends and acquaintances. today i told twitter. what followed was a hoard of psychotic fans rejoicing in the decline of my mental health, harassing me as if I spoke to them first.”
“When you have depression, the negative self talk you have towards yourself is deafening,” she added. “Now imagine a slew of weirdos dogpiling on top of thoughts you already have to fight off yourself. it’s not f*cking cool, it’s not ‘trolling’ or ‘stan culture,’ you’re pushing people to a point of no return. and no, i don’t feel bad for wishing death on people who sh*t like that cuz you deserve the same fate as the people you effect. with that said, I’m out. if it doesn’t work, i’ll try again. idc. have fun. i never liked it here anyway.”
She continued describing her traumatic week and said, “social media did not cause what happened, however it definitely was the straw that broke the camel’s back that evening. I barely remember anything. I could tell you what the next 3 days felt like – but it’s too much to get into. I’m saying all of this to say: we need listen more when people say they are not okay. We need to be mindful with our words. We need to treat each other like humans. Petty arguments are a part of internet culture, but being pushed to a point that caused me to go through the most traumatic week of my life is something that didn’t and *doesn’t* need to happen. To anyone.”