Malin Andersson was hospitalized for the second time this year because of her asthma.
The former Love Island star, 27, shared a photo on her Instagram stories Monday showing a close-up of her hand wearing a white hospital band while lying in bed.
She revealed the cause of her confession, then shared, “Asthma is useless.”
Tribulation: Malin Andersson was hospitalized for the second time this year because of her asthma and called the NHS ‘great’ during treatment
The body confidence advocate told her followers, ‘The NHS are great’ as she took a photo of her legs covered with a hospital blanket.
This is the second time Malin has been taken to hospital this year for her asthma.
In January, the reality star shared a series of photos with her stories, saying she couldn’t breathe properly.
At the time, Malin wrote, “A&E when asthma flares up and you cannot breathe properly.”
After the disturbing post, she said she was relieved that she had gone to the emergency room because of concerns about her breathing.
Frightening: the former Love Island star, 27, shared a photo on her Instagram stories showing a close-up of her hand wearing a white hospital band while lying in bed
The news comes after Malin revealed that she was called a ‘p ** i’ in the past while talking about shocking racist abuse while growing up.
The star spoke of her own experiences in light of the recent events surrounding George Floyd’s tragic death, and stated that she and her family have experienced great racism.
Speak into her OK! In the column of the magazine, Malin further said that the intolerant behavior is from parents and that it is up to them to teach their children good from evil. ‘
Suffering: she then shared words on a black screen: ‘Asthma sucks’
Malin, who is half Swedish and half Sri Lankan, explained that her family grew up in a ‘very white village’ and that they were the only Asian family ‘in the whole city’.
She said that her family, including two older brothers and a sister, were “treated differently” with her brothers spat and branded a “p ** i” while her sister was called “Hitler” because of her facial hair.
Speaking further about her ordeal, she said, “I think being brown and in a very white privileged environment just didn’t work. I remember when I was about five years old and I was playing with some friends and a little boy said, “Oh you’re a goddamn!
Praise: Finally the body confidence attorney told followers, ‘The NHS are amazing’ while taking a photo of her legs covered in a blanket awaiting treatment
“I was so young and didn’t understand it, so I would ask my mom what it meant and it would really upset her. My mom would fight a lot for us and when I got into a fight about racism at school, she came in every time and said, “Why is this still happening? What’s happening?”
The beauty went on to say that while she didn’t ‘white’, she was still called a ‘premium bar’, implying she was brown on the outside and white on the inside.
She also shared how she was called ‘semi-caste’ because she was of mixed race and ‘hated’ the term, adding that she often felt ‘paranoid’ that she would be treated ‘differently’.
Shocking: The news comes after Malin revealed that she was called a ‘p ** i’ in the past while talking about shocking racist abuse growing up
And although she fell victim to bigotry in her younger years, the star says she still gets racist comments from the older generation in her care work, adding that an older customer called her “ brown girl ” and “ foreign. ”
She added that hearing those comments in these times makes her feel “uncomfortable” but emphasizes that they don’t want to hurt because “that’s what they do.”
However, Malin insists the racist behavior comes from people’s parents and it is up to them to ensure that children learn good from evil at an early age.
She said, “I think it is now up to the parents to teach their children what is right and what is wrong. Racism certainly comes from the parents, these children watch what they say and do and copy them. ‘
Heartbreaking: Malin, who is half Swedish and half Sri Lankan, explained that her family grew up in a ‘very white village’ and that they were the only Asian family ‘in the whole city’ (Malin as a child)