Emtee Encourages His Fans To Seek Help During Mental Health Crisis

Emtee Encourages His Fans To Seek Help During Mental Health Crisis With current mental health issues wreaking havoc on many cultures and celebrities, it is critical that a credible individual step forward and advises people to seek help and speak out.

Emtee is a South African rapper who has spoken openly about mental health issues and encouraged his fans to seek help. Emtee recently tweeted to his followers that they should not be ashamed to seek assistance when they are in need.

The rapper specifically addressed his male fans, who frequently hide behind the stereotype of being a “man.” “Young kings do not be afraid. It’s OK not to be OK. Cry out for help if you have to. F**k ukuthi abantu bazothini,” he tweeted.

Even though the rapper’s heart was in the right, some people quickly demonized him and accused him of being a victimizer. Emtee, however, replied right away to those who objected to the encouragement he was giving.

“Why every time I try share my life experiences and pain. Ma’f**kas is always ready to say I’m playing ‘victim’ or looking for pity. Ninjalo ke. Nicimba iLife yi Instagram. Everything must be top notch and perfect.” Tweeted Emtee.

His appeal for people to get treatment comes at a time when a few well-known names in the entertainment sector have committed suicide. The most well-known example is rapper Riky Rick, who committed suicide. Emtee has had a problem with drug abuse and the rapper has stated that he’s now clean from all that and he is now all about looking after his family and making music.

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