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21 July 2020 20:34

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Besides airing out his family's dirty laundry, Kanye West told his followers his life was like the thriller "Get Out" and that everyone knows that movie "is about me." While many showed concern over what appeared to be Kanye West having a mental breakdown in front of the world, others took the opportunity to poke fun at the star amid crisis and Halsey isn't having it. The 25-year-old singer, who suffers from bipolar disorder, took to Twitter and defended Kanye West, telling her fans, "I'm so disturbed by what I'm seeing." Kanye West has, once again, spurred discussion this week after a tearful appearance at a South Carolina rally and after cryptic tweets addressing his family. Many people have been attributing Kanye's unusual behavior for the past couple of years to his mental health. However, debates on Twitter reflect a more complex understanding of what led to this 2020 Kanye and it brings to question, who is really responsible for Mr. West? Discussion about West's mental health resurfaced when he held a rally in South Carolina on Sunday in support of his presidential campaign.

My mom saved my life, there would have been no Kanye West because my dad was too busy," he said before crying. He also said through tears hat he almost "killed" his daughter, making a connection to his now 7-year-old child, North West, and his anti-abortion views. "Even if my wife wants to divorce me after this speech, she brought North into the world even when I didn't want to," Kanye said. While discussing slavery, West also told the South Carolina crowd, "Harriet Tubman never actually freed the slaves, she just had them work for other white people." The following day, West launched a series of tweets asking Kim and her mom, Kris Jenner, to contact him as he claimed they were trying to "lock me up." "Kim was trying to fly to Wyoming with a doctor to lock me up like on the movie Get Out because I cried about saving my daughters life yesterday," West wrote on Twitter. Kanye's comments and behavior, once again, sparked concern on social media, with many believing that he wasn't receiving the mental health care that he needed.

Discussion around Kanye's mental health continued when he talked about having bipolar disorder with David Letterman in 2019. "When you're in this state, you're hyper-paranoid about everything," West said on the Netflix show "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman", according to People. Although such a description can explain his behavior in South Carolina, some critics noted that it can also be true that Kanye has problematic politics and this shouldn't be explained away by his bipolar disorder. We can want him to get help & not be anti-women.pic.twitter.com/BNFVsov1IE — BlackWomenViews Media (@blackwomenviews) July 19, 2020 His anti-abortion views, for example, can be linked to his long history of shaming or trying to control the bodies of women. Back in 2015, for example, Kanye infamously slut shammed his ex-girlfriend Amber Rose when he told The Breakfast Club that he had to take "30 showers" after dating her, according to Page Six. West has also criticized his wife Kim Kardashian for "showing off her body" during her 2019 Met Gala appearance, according to People.

However, social media is continuing the conversation with talks about mental health, Kim Kardashian, and the responsibility of family and friends. Kanye West Suffers Mental Breakdown On Twitter…Halsey Gives Advice There are concerns about Kanye West's mental health, following a string of rather disturbing and incoherent tweets on his Twitter account During a confusing Twitter rant, the rapper claimed that his wife Kim Kardashian tried to have him institutionalized by doctor, after his tearful speech on Monday in which he alleged that he and his wife almost aborted their first child North West. He then said Kim wanted to fly with a doctor and have him institutionalized because they thought he wasn't mentally stable. "Kim was trying to fly to Wyoming with a doctor to lock me up like on the movie Get Out because I cried about saving my daughters life yesterday," he tweeted. Kanye has went on to delete some tweets after the rant and then announced that he would be dropping his next album titled DONDA on Friday.

While some were left shocked by Kanye's tweets, there were concerns that he was suffering a manic episode caused by bipolar disorder. Singer Halsey took to Twitter to discuss bipolar, although she didn't mention names, fans thought she was alluding to the frenzy surrounding Kanye's tweets. A lot of people you know probably have bipolar disorder and you aren't aware of it," No jokes right now. Taking this opportunity to make offensive remarks and vilify people with mental illnesses is really not the way to go…this is the exact triggering shit that causes people to keep quiet about it." Kanye West To run for American Presidency in 2020, Here Are Some More Celebrities Who Got Into Politics. Kanye West Announces He Will Run For President This Year Halsey is NOT cool with jokes being made about mental disorders.

On the heels Kanye West's Twitter tirade on Monday night where he made claims that consisted of Kim Kardashian West attempting to get a "doctor to lock" him up, the songstress is withstanding anybody not taking his "manic episode" seriously." A great deal of individuals you understand most likely have bipolar affective disorder and you aren't familiar with it. As you're most likely conscious, ahead of the string of tweets by the 43- year-old came his political rally in South Carolina where he talked about Harriet Tubman's absence of a function in releasing servants, abortion, and more. But making jokes specifically targeted towards bipolar hurts more than the 1 person ur angry with." "Sincerely, Human Being with a Decade Long Bipolar Diagnosis." Kanye West has been receiving a lot of reactions from netizens over statements he made during his presidential campaign. He had also revealed that his wife had tried to lock him up with a doctor through a Twitter rant. The singer not only sympathised with Kanye owing to his bipolar disorder but also urged netizens to be more sensitive. In a series of tweets, she explained why trolling a person about their bipolar disorder is wrong and hurtful. Halsey came in support of Kanye West Halsey took to her Twitter handle and shared with her fans that she has dedicated her career to offering education and insight about bipolar disorder. Trolling someone for mental illness causes stigma among people She further shed light on why numerous people suffering from mental illness choose to remain quiet about it. The singer said that the offensive remarks towards people with mental illnesses cause stigma in society. She further said that this results in people suffering from mental illnesses keeping quiet about it. Halsey said that one can hate Kanye West's action and criticize him. Halsey further added that, however, making jokes about his mental health and bipolar disorder is wrong. She further said that targeting a bipolar person hurts more people than the one it is targeted at. Read Also | Kanye West Misses Another Ballot Deadline In South Carolina In His Presidential Run 2020 Halsey urged the netizens that many people with mental illness are great. Read Also | Kanye West Criticises Harriet Tubman In His Political Rally, Rapper T.I. Calls Him Out Halsey's Twitter thread talking on why one should joke about bipolar diagnoses A lot of people you know probably have bipolar disorder and you aren't aware of it. Taking this opportunity to make offensive remarks and villify people with mental illnesses is really not the way to go...this is the exact triggering shit that causes people to keep quiet about it — h (@halsey) July 21, 2020 Lots of people with mental illnesses are great. But making jokes specifically targeted towards bipolar hurts more than the 1 person ur angry with. Read Also | Kanye West's Twitter Rant Gets Bizarre As He Claims 'Kim Tried To Lock Me Up'