- Popular US musician T-Pain was off the scene for a while and revealed what the cause of his four-year depression was
- A comment made by R&B singer Usher was the catalyst and it was downhill from there, he struggled to pick himself back up
- T-Pain opened up about his struggles and challenges in music on the new trending Netflix series titled This Is Pop
T-Pain claims he suffered from a four-year depression after a plane encounter with Usher in 2013, during which the U Got It Bad singer spoke honestly and took him off guard.
The singer talks about a 2013 flight he took around the BET Awards in a new segment from the Netflix series This Is Pop. A flight attendant awoke him while he was sleeping and informed him that Usher wanted to talk with him.
"I’m gonna tell you something, man. You kinda f***** up music," said Usher to T-Pain.
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T-Pain thought Usher was joking but he turned out to be serious
T-Pain was taken aback by the remark, which he initially mistook for a joke, but Usher then repeated himself according to a report by Complex.
According to the auto-tune king, that conversation was the "exact moment" that triggered a four-year depression for him, as he reveals in the show's preview trailer.
Of course, the chat took place a few years after Jay-Z openly chastised auto-tune in the Blueprint 3 hit DOA, but the singer claims the Usher incident was the catalyst—despite not understanding it for years.
Trever Noah opened up about how Covid-19 is harming his mental health
In other world celebrity news, Briefly News reported that Trevor Noah spoke about the negative effect Covid has on his mental health. Trevor Noah has come forward and admitted that he suffers from anxiety and that Covid-19 only made it worse.
Mental health is so important and is something that should be discussed openly. Speaking to South China Morning Post, Trevor explained how following a routine helped manage his anxiety, however, when the pandemic hit, that all went out the window.
Trevor admits that the pandemic spiked his anxiety. As reported by TimesLIVE, Trevor explained how Covid-19 made his anxiety worse and sent him into a bit of a depression.
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Source: Briefly News