Musician Lizzo frankly opened up about her depression problems in two emotional videos, and followers quickly sent supporting messages to the singer.
Her honest about struggling with depression was first shared last week, days before Lizzo  would play at the BET Awards in Los Angeles, California.
& # 39; I am depressed and there is no one I can talk to because nothing can be done about it. Life hurts, & she wrote in the Instagram post.
Heartbreaking: singer Lizzo shared two emotional videos about her depression last week
Feeling sad: the first video showed how she had recently felt sad and rejected
Trying to stay positive: & # 39; It feels like the whole world sometimes looks me in the eyes & # 39 ;, she then wrote. & # 39; Too bad today. But this too will pass & # 39;
The Truth Hurts singer then further elaborated her feelings by writing: & I love myself because everything feels like rejection … it feels like the whole world sometimes regards me as a ghostin. Too bad today. But this too will pass. S / O all messages of love. Thank you. & # 39;
Openness about her depression invited a flood of comments from celebrities and followers who claimed they were there for Lizzo.
& # 39; You drag me up every day … & # 39 ;, SZA said on the video. & # 39; Take the time that you wear a lot from us. We love you. & # 39;
And she wasn't the only celebrity who supported Lizzo when the singer processed her feelings.
Lalah Hathaway also commented on the message and wrote: & # 39; Amazing how some say it looks like everything is in the best possible position … your star is high in the sky … but it's all about the inside … send you love vibrations. & # 39;
Designer Marc Jacobs also participated in the conversation about depression.
& # 39; I hear you – depression is real & # 39 ;, he wrote. & # 39; Struggle with it all my life. It goes on, although it seems like it will never do it. You are so loved. I love you Lizzo. & # 39;
Supporting: the first video from Lizzo received support from other celebrities who expressed how they were there for the singer when she needed it
Love: Lizzo later shared a second video expressing her gratitude for the support she received from others
Full of life: these confessions came days before Lizzo performed at the BET Awards in Los Angeles, California
A sad follow-up video was later shared by Lizzo, as she expressed her gratitude to everyone who supported her genuine confession about depression and mental problems.
& # 39; I know something incredible is going to happen and something incredible has already happened, and I know that I am right in between that incredible moment & she said.
& # 39; It is humiliating and I am grateful that I can feel these emotions because I know that because of the sadness I will be able to feel joy. & # 39;
Lizzo & # 39; s video also contained a long caption that detailed her grief and tended to activate the waves of negative emotions she felt.
Her position also explained to followers how reaching out is important for people who are also struggling with similar emotions.
The murder: Her honest message showed followers how even if someone seems to have it all, they are still struggling with personal problems
Important: & # 39; I have learned in the last 24 hours that being emotionally honest can save your life & # 39 ;, wrote Lizzo last week
& # 39; I have learned in the last 24 hours that if you are emotionally honest, you can save your life, & # 39; Lizzo wrote. & # 39; Reaching out can be difficult, but as soon as I did, I was immediately covered in love. I used to think of grief as a constant with fleeting moments of joy in between … but it is a wave of joy, grief, joy, grief, and my grief can be as temporary as my joy. & # 39;
She continued: & # 39; My triggers are: rejection and inadequacy. But I love being more emotionally honest lately. I think it's great that I can use my grief constructively in real-time for gratitude. What triggers your grief? What do you do if those buttons are pressed? What do you like about yourself in those moments of darkness? & # 39;
The post inspired other followers and fans to open up with grief over their own triggers and what they do to pull themselves away from the & # 39; darkness & # 39 ;.
The online conversation about depression came days before Lizzo appeared on the podium for the BET Awards and performed her song Truth Hurts, which is going to be platinum.
Lizzo & # 39; s performance, with an incredible whistle solo added, was delighted with the audience and people online.
But despite her recent success in the music industry, the singer was not afraid to admit that she still sometimes felt waves of depression.
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