AceShowbiz - Omeretta sparked concerns among her fans after she opened up about her mental health struggles. The "Sorry Not Sorry" rapper took to her Instagram account to talk with her 1.7M followers about her difficulties with fame and how she felt no one cared for her.
"I just feel like I should be and can be open with y'all. I have been feeling so drained and I've been telling people this but nobody listening cuz nobody care," Omeretta shared in an Instagram post which has been deleted. She continued, "I have been so numb to everything you would think I would be so excited with all my dreams coming true but I can't feel anything."
The "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" alum went on to write, "People don't treat me like a human no more they think I'm a money machine or a robot." She added, "Nobody asking me how I'm feeling or how I'm doing mentally Everybody call my phone and need something. I would cry but crying never solved my problems. This s**t hurt."
"People telling me 'this what come with it' 'more money more problems' they ain't lying," Omeretta noted. While she's "grateful for [her] situation," the raptress shared that she's also "tired," "hurting" and "drained to the point I don't even wanna get out my bed." She's also "physically sick" from "arguing with people for weeks straight."
"Everytime I go missing from social media it's because I'm drained and this s**t don't make it no better," she shared. "Of course I got music on the way please don't ask me I just need a min...," she concluded.
Fans quickly sent supportive messages for Omeretta. "Totally understand Queen…ur feelings are valid and I hear you," one person wrote. "Sending positive vibes & energy her way," someone else added.
"Having a lot of money isn't always fun, even for people who aren't famous. A lot of think because you got it like that, you owe them something," a comment read. A fan, meanwhile, suggested her to seek professional help. "She been feeling this way for a long time. Sis gotta seek some therapy too," the person said.