/Halsi supports Kanye and opens up about his bipolar disorder diagnosis

Halsi supports Kanye and opens up about his bipolar disorder diagnosis

(Photos via Halsi / Aiden Cullen, Kanye West / Spotify)

Hellsey Coming Kanye WestHis support after his recent South Carolina presidential rally has raised concerns about his mental state. Through multiple tweets, Halsi said to stop negative comments and jokes surrounding mental illness.

He also used the opportunity to open up about his own experience with bipolar disorder.

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Earlier this month, the West announced plans to run for president in the 2020 election. He then held his first rally in South Carolina on a weekly vacation. During the rally, West became disoriented in his speech and many visitors became concerned about his health.

After the rally, West now released a series of deleted ones that worried more people. The tweets followed a recent comment, including his remarks about the extinct Harriet Tubman.

West was open about his mental health in the past. In 2016, he was hospitalized after showing behavioral behavior. Then, in 2018, he revealed that he had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

West opens up about his diagnosis earlier David LettermanOf Netflix’s The series requires no introduction of my next guest.

“What I want to say about the bipolar thing is because it has the word‘ bi ’, like it, the idea of ​​a divided personality,” he says. “Okay, it works for me because I’m a Gemini, but when you ramp up, it reveals more of your personality. You can become almost adolescent in the boundaries of your expressions or places. I have had this particular experience for the last two years because I have been identifying for two years now. “

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Reactions to Western behavior have so far been mixed. Some are coming to the defense of the West while others are using recent events as a catalyst for new memes. Now, Halsi is probably showing support for the West to mark his recent behavior as a potential “manic episode”.

“There’s no joke right now,” he tweeted ets. “I’ve dedicated my career to teaching and gaining insight into bipolar disorder and I’m very upset by what I’m seeing.” Personal opinions about someone else, a manic episode is no joke. If you cannot offer understanding or sympathy, offer your silence.

No joke right now I have dedicated my career to teaching and gaining insight into bipolar disorder and I am very upset by what I see. Excluding personal opinions about someone, the manic episode is not a joke. If you cannot offer understanding or sympathy, offer your silence.

– H (@Halsei) July 21, 2020

He then used the opportunity to talk more about bipolar disorder. He notes that the negative comments associated with mental health are the reasons why no one ever diagnoses them or keeps their illness “calm”.

“A lot of people you know probably have bipolar disorder and you’re not aware of it,” he added. “Making offensive comments and taking advantage of people with mental illness is not really the way to go … it’s the right trigger shit that keeps people quiet about it.

Many people you know probably have bipolar disorder and you are not aware of it. Taking this opportunity to make offensive remarks and empower people with mental illness is not really the way to go … it’s the right trigger shit that makes people keep quiet about it.

– H (@Halsei) July 21, 2020

For Halsi, he says there is a difference between being sensitive to someone’s mental health and being responsible for the problems they say or do.

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“You can sometimes hate someone’s actions or opinions without contributing to the stigma of weak people hurting the whole community for the laughter of both parties.”

You can sometimes hate someone’s actions or opinions without contributing to the stigma that harms the whole community of weak people for the laughter of both parties.

– H (@Halsei) July 21, 2020

He goes on to say that jokes about mental health do not only harm a person. Instead, they affect an entire community.

“If you think anyone is a donkey, go ahead,” he tweeted. “Lots of people with mental illness are great. Most of them are donkeys. Because they are human. Including a number of personalities. But making jokes specifically aimed at bipolar does more harm than good with 1 person being angry. “

If you want to tell someone the idea of ​​a donkey, go ahead. Lots of people suffering from mental illness are great. Most of them are donkeys. Because they are human. Including a number of personalities. However, making jokes specifically aimed at the bipolar does more harm than 1 with an angry person.

– H (@Halsei) July 21, 2020

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Halsi finished him off Twitter The statement shared that he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder ten years ago.

“Sincerely, the human being with decades long bipolar diagnosis”

Sincerely, human with a decade-long bipolar diagnosis.

– H (@Halsei) July 21, 2020

Now, Hello is not the only famous person to talk about mental health. Demi Lovato Also recently tweeted his thoughts about mental illness. Lovato also has bipolar disorder and has faced other mental health challenges in the past.

“It would be nice if once people left meme-making applications and could pray for someone who was struggling with mental illness,” he tweeted. “What happened to mercy?”

It would be nice if once people could drop meme making apps and pray for someone who is struggling with mental illness. What happened to compassion?

– Tim Demi (@ddlovato) July 21, 2020

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“It’s also amazing to me that people really think they really know what’s going on with some celebrities.” “Maybe take a step back and remember you don’t know everything about everyone even after watching it on TV.”

It’s also amazing to me that people really think that they actually know what some celebrities are going through maybe take a step back and remember that even after you watch them on TV you don’t know everything about everyone

– Tim Demi (@ddlovato) July 21, 2020

“Don’t pretend you don’t know about someone’s mental illness personally. Test yourself. “

Don’t pretend you don’t know about someone’s mental illness personally. Test yourself.

– Tim Demi (@ddlovato) July 21, 2020

July 9, TMZ Reported that loved ones in the West are concerned about his mental health and believe he is going through the manic episode. “Our sources say his family and relatives are worried, but they believe things will be as stable as in the past,” the report said.

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