Ariana Grande, one of the biggest pop stars speaks up about performing her music. She has been previously known to be very close to her fans as being very open and honest.
There was tweet posted by one of her fans on Twitter this Thursday “Music is your therapy, and I love seeing it heal you.” Many expected her response on this to be “Thank U, Next” by agreeing with her Arianator, she revealed that’s not always true.
She responded to the tweet saying “Making it is healing,” she replied in a tweet that has been since deleted. “Performing it is like reliving it all over again, and it is hell.”
Immediately, after seeing the response of the pop icon, fans gushed on with their sympathetic tweets showing immense support and love for Ariana Grande that she can cancel the rest of her live shows and that they would not be mad at all on it. However, despite the ‘low’ response at first by Ariana, she determinedly responded that she “won’t do that.”
One of her fans was lucky enough to get Ari response on whether her touring would be healthy for her, on this Ariana Grande tweeted “I don’t think it is.”
“Honestly, it’s been v hard. I have [so much] on my mind and it’s so heavy,” the “God Is a Woman” songstress shared. “but I’m trying hard.” She wrote in another tweet, “I just feel empty and I wanna have more to say / better energy to give to u and rn I don’t have anything. love u.”
Recently, the 25-year-old actress turned musician opened up on her being struggling with mental health issues. Revealing more on her Instagram Stories, she opened the “terrifying” levels of PTSD in her recently conducted brain scan. “Didn’t mean to startle anyone with my brain thingy,” she wrote the very next day after sharing her brain scan pictures. “It just blew me away. I found it informative and interesting and wanted to encourage all to make sure you check on your brains / listen to your bodies / take care of yourselves too.”
She continued, “I love science and seeing the physical reality of what’s going on in there was incredible to me. I mean, I feel it all the time, but seeing it is totally different and super cool.”
Ariana Grande resolutely said that once she is “healed up,” from this recent discovery of her mental health issues, she wants to talk about her PTSD in more details. “I am constantly working on my health/learning how to process pain (aren’t we all). Every day is different, but I’m doing my best.”