Paloma Faith admits she was persecuted by fans asking about SELFIES as she rushed to take her son to A & E

& # 39; Unfair & # 39 ;: Paloma Faith admits she was acclaimed by fans for her selfies as she ran her son to A & E during a We Are Women podcast

Paloma Faith revealed that she was persecuted for self-help requests while trying to rush her son to the hospital.

The 37-year-old singer said she called emergency services when her one-year-old daughter stopped breathing for 30 seconds and became unconscious.

Speaking to the We Are Women podcast, Paloma admitted that she was bombarded by A & E fans while she was distraught over the welfare of her son, and called the interaction "unfair."

& # 39; Unfair & # 39 ;: Paloma Faith admits she was acclaimed by fans for her selfies as she ran her son to A & E during a We Are Women podcast

& # 39; Unfair & # 39 ;: Paloma Faith admits she was acclaimed by fans for her selfies as she ran her son to A & E during a We Are Women podcast

In her recent and intense visit to the hospital, Paloma recalled: "I recently went to A & E with my baby, it can happen quite often at the beginning because you constantly feel that this is going to die.

& # 39; And I have people who come to me. People want a selfie or a conversation. "

The singer of Crybaby detailed how members of the public approached her and how she was "shocked" by the experience.

Upset: Speaking with the We Are Women podcast, Paloma admitted that she was bombarded by A & E fans while she was distraught over the welfare of her son, and called the interaction "unfair"

Upset: Speaking with the We Are Women podcast, Paloma admitted that she was bombarded by A & E fans while she was distraught over the welfare of her son, and called the interaction "unfair"

Upset: Speaking with the We Are Women podcast, Paloma admitted that she was bombarded by A & E fans while she was distraught over the welfare of her son, and called the interaction "unfair"

Paloma continued: "Actually I'm a bit shocked." My son stopped breathing for 30 seconds and I had to call an ambulance, passed out, lost consciousness and everything.

& # 39; I'm in A & E and someone said & # 39; Oh, my God & # 39; And that does not feel right. "

Paloma gave birth to her first child with her boyfriend Leyman Lahcine in December 2016, and recently revealed that she avoided giving birth in a private hospital and chose her local NHS maternity unit.

Emotional: the singer of Crybaby detailed how members of the public approached her and how she was "shocked" by the whole experience

Emotional: the singer of Crybaby detailed how members of the public approached her and how she was "shocked" by the whole experience

Emotional: the singer of Crybaby detailed how members of the public approached her and how she was "shocked" by the whole experience

In a candid interview with Vera magazine for Virgin Atlantic, the Never Tear Us Apart singer admitted that she wanted the same treatment as the others, despite being on the charts since 2009.

Paloma detailed how she wanted to be treated equally among her peers and chose to give birth at her local hospital, calling the service "incredible."

He explained: "I gave birth in the NHS. I believe in it and I think everyone deserves the same treatment.

"I wanted to have my son at University College Hospital, which is where I was born, partly to prove a point, which is that I deserve the same as everyone else."

Paloma also talked about why she would never live: she tweets about the birth, and said it's strange that celebrities choose to tweet while they're in the delivery room.

"When you are in that situation, nobody throws you, whether you are a celebrity or not, I am a very open person and a self-styled obsessive, but I would only share something that I did not find inhibitory.

Loving parents: Paloma gave birth to her first child with her boyfriend Leyman Lahcine in December 2016 (pictured together in 2015)

Loving parents: Paloma gave birth to her first child with her boyfriend Leyman Lahcine in December 2016 (pictured together in 2015)

Loving parents: Paloma gave birth to her first child with her boyfriend Leyman Lahcine in December 2016 (pictured together in 2015)

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