Post Malone has responded to recent speculation surrounding his weight loss, reassuring fans that he’s never felt healthier. The Grammy-winning artist took to social media to address the rumors and concerns about his well-being.
“I appreciate the love and concern, but I’ve never felt healthier in my life,” Malone wrote. “I’ve been focusing on my physical and mental well-being, and it’s been a positive journey for me. Thank you all for the support.”
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The 27-year-old singer has been relatively quiet about his personal life in recent years, but he’s never been shy about his struggles with anxiety and depression. His latest post suggests that he has taken steps to improve his health, and his fans couldn’t be happier for him.
Celebrities and fans alike have shown their support in the comments section of Malone’s post, praising the artist for prioritizing his health and well-being. Many have noted that the transparency and vulnerability shown by Malone are a testament to his strength and an inspiration to others who may be struggling with their own mental health.
Post Malone’s latest album, released in late 2022, has been met with critical acclaim and commercial success. It seems that his focus on health and personal growth has also translated to his music, further solidifying his position as a prominent figure in the industry.
Malone is the latest celebrity to make a public statement in recent weeks responding to comments about their bodies. Earlier this month, Ariana Grande took to TikTok to encourage her fans not to comment on others’ bodies after people scrutinized her weight loss online, and Bebe Rexha called out “upsetting” fascination over her weight on social media.
Dr. Elizabeth Wassenaar, the Regional Medical Director at the Eating Recovery Center, has previously informed USA TODAY about the potential harm of commenting on someone’s weight, as it can reinforce the notion that an individual’s appearance is their most significant attribute.
“Such remarks about whether your body is deemed acceptable or unacceptable perpetuate the idea that your worth is solely based on your appearance and that you must conform to specific standards for society to find you acceptable,” she explained. “This emphasis on superficial, body-centric ideals is detrimental to everyone because it disregards the fact that we are so much more than the physical vessels that house us.