There are endless examples to name, but just this week alone we’ve seen what the cost of fame and limelight can do to someone’s mental well being. We had a frightening scare with Tamar Braxton after reports surfaced she was rushed to the hospital after a suicide attempt, though the latest reports say she is alert and responsive as of now.
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While the details on what really happened are still being pieced together the “Love And War” singer shared some very cryptic messages on her social media channels leading up to the incident. This report claims that the release of a trailer for her upcoming show Get Ya Life! triggered her to spiral. But TMZ says it was her boyfriend David Adefeso who was the first one to get upset and took it out on her causing her become mentally unstable. In the now released 911 call David specifically mentions her issues with WeTV.
Kanye West is another example, we know he’s made it very clear he’s bi-polar, and some of his actions like his Presidential run, and his late night Twitter rants not only have him in trouble with some brands, blogs are reporting Kim may be seeking lawyers for a divorce.
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Today’s Who’s Cappin isn’t towards an individual like normal, but towards the “Hollywood Lifestyle” as a whole, and the pressures fame puts on these celebrities mental health. At the end of the day, they are just human as well. “Don’t let this world CAP you into believing you got to be strong all the time, that’s a spin.” Listen to why Lore’l gives Hollywood & the concept of fame “Who’s Cappin” this morning.
But like we learned from Dave Chapelle, sometimes being called “crazy” by the media and Hollywood is sometimes uses as a way to silence people. He was one of the first people to visit Kanye this week, and he summed it up perfectly with this quote, “The worst thing to call somebody is crazy. It’s dismissive. ‘I don’t understand this person. So they’re crazy.’ That’s bull****. These people are not crazy. They strong people. Maybe their environment is a little sick.”
Brotherly Love: Dave Chappelle Flew To Wyoming To Lift Up Kanye West
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Dave Chappelle got on a plane from Ohio to Wyoming to be with Kanye. Every person better have a least one friend like that.— Ross Read (@RossRead) July 21, 2020
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It's nice to see that Dave Chappelle's reaction to being told to be funny is exactly the same as every other comic's reaction. https://t.co/oFbWDpLvZM— W. Kamau Bell (@wkamaubell) July 21, 2020
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Before I write off the things Kanye is saying, I had to watch this video of Dave Chappelle.. something about the Hollywood/Kardashian life is creating a monster. pic.twitter.com/ECtyLXTIg4— Zach. (@MrZRLutz) July 21, 2020
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Dave Chappelle flew in to be there for Ye🙏🏾— LEGIT TASTE RECORDS✊🏿🏁🇺🇸 (@Shanestackamil1) July 21, 2020
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Dave Chappelle is the realest. Hops on a plane to make sure his friend is alright while Twitter is cracking jokes about his manic episode. https://t.co/E8l1zgvkmK— Elliott Schwartz (@elliosch) July 21, 2020
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thank you dave chappelle https://t.co/pJPEdFiGLc— Gene Park, dear gamer (@GenePark) July 21, 2020
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If you have one friend who rides with you the way Dave Chappelle rides with Kanye then you're living a fortunate life.— Torraine Walker (@TorraineWalker) July 21, 2020
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