Halsey responds to social media followers who say they "look sick": It's "BC I AM!"

Halsey responds to social media followers who say they “look sick”: It’s “BC I AM!”

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The people criticizing Halsey’s appearance now clearly didn’t pay attention.

The Without Me singer, 27, has stated that she’s been “really, really, really sick” for the past year since welcoming her first child last July, and she’s been diagnosed with a whole host of syndromes.

However, people still left critical comments on social media about Halsey’s appearance, saying she was “too skinny” and “looking unhealthy” and asking them to “put some meat on those bones”. Fed up with the backlash, Halsey collected those comments and made them into TikTok, where they stare into the distance with the song “I Already Know” by Walworth & Howell.

In the caption, Halsey quoted someone who said “you look sick” and added, “BC I AM! Let me live!”

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Halsey was “in and out of hospital” this year to deal with health problems that subsequently worsened They carried them with their son, Ender Ridley, who arrived in July. distance Suffering from severe endometriosis for yearsMore problems appeared.

On their Instagram Story, they said, “Obviously my health has changed a lot since I got pregnant and gave birth. I started feeling really, really sick,” adding that they were “kind of sick” most of the time. [their] adult life, but it is really starting to deteriorate.”

“I’ve been in the hospital a few times for anaphylaxis and had a few other things. Basically, after seeing nearly 100,000 doctors, I was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Sjögren’s Syndrome, Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) and POTS (Positional Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome)” Halsey – wearing a heart monitor – noting that they were still looking for “the root cause of some of these things.”

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Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is a group of inherited disorders that affect the body’s connective tissues, including the skin, joints and blood vessels, according to the Mayo Clinic. With Sjögren’s syndrome, which is classified as an autoimmune disorder, the body attacks the glands that make tears and saliva, but it can also cause damage to other parts of the body, including the joints, thyroid gland, kidneys, liver, and more.

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MCAS is a condition in which “the mast cells in your body release too much of a substance that causes allergy symptoms,” according to Healthline, while POTS is a condition that affects blood flow, and can cause dizziness, rapid heartbeat, and even fainting. Stand up, according to the Cleveland Clinic.

“It could be another autoimmune disease, and I’ve known I’ve had autoimmune issues for most of my life, especially endometriosis, but it’s been getting worse since I had an endometriosis,” Halsey explained.

But they were able to get out on tour and at the opening show on Tuesday night in West Palm Beach, Halsey showed her support for abortion rights In view of The Supreme Court’s decision is likely to be cassed Raw vs. Wade.

Halsey performs opening tour of West Palm Beach May 17, 2022

Halsey performs opening tour of West Palm Beach May 17, 2022

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During their song “Nightmare,” a video was played in the background showing abortion rights protesters and listing various statistics about abortions.

One slide said, “Abortion is one of the safest medical procedures performed today, and is more than 99% safe in fact,” while another indicated that “nearly one in three women will have an abortion in her lifetime.”

“So save me from your prayers,” Halsey cried, a line from the song.



2022-05-19 16:01:35

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