Gigi Lamayne opens up about hospitalisation and depression

Gigi Lamayne opens up about hospitalisation and depression

- Gigi Lamayne received treatment for a suspected overdose at a hospital in Midrand last November

- The rapper was seeing a therapist about her battles with depression

- She said she had to change her attitude to change her life

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Mzansi rapper Gigi Lamayne, said her life has changed dramatically since she was hospitalised for depression more than two months ago.

Briefly.co.za reported that the star was hospitalised after the rapper sent out disturbing tweets that caused major caused amongst her fan base.

She tweeted her birth date and the date as well as the day she was rushed to hospital.

Gigi Lamayne opens up about hospitalisation and depression

Gigi Lamayne opens up about hospitalisation and depression
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According to TimesLive, the star made several adjustments to her lifestyle as well as her circle of friends since she suffered the breakdown last November.

Gigi spoke to Metro FM deejays, Mo Flava and Masechaba Ndlovu, this week about her recovery since the ordeal and said the most important lesson she learnt from the incident was to "protect your peace".

She said she felt like he was always trying to save the world, trying to save everyone around her and she forgot to save herself.

The rapper said she had to change her has helped change her life.

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She added that counseling had helped and she knows that my family and friends have had to adjust to a lot of things.

I appreciate memes now. I enjoy memes. It is about enjoying the little things of life that I had forgotten. I have started meditating and reading up about depression.

She concluded that depression is something she has learnt to deal with every single day.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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