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Halsey apologizes to fans after sharing photo depicting her eating disorder

Halsey has issued an apology to her fans after sharing a picture depicting her eating disorder struggle.

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Halsey has issued an apology to her fans after sharing a picture depicting her eating disorder struggle.

The ‘Closer’ hitmaker who has been candid about her mental health issues on social media, recently posted a photo on Instagram that showed the effects of her eating disorder.

The 26-years-old reportedly shared the topless mirror selfie as part of the “post a photo of” challenge on Instagram, after her fans requested her to share different moments or memories of her life.

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“TW: ED, ask for help,” Halsey captioned the snap on her Instagram Stories, according to Just Jared.

Halsey apologizes to fans after sharing photo depicting her eating disorder
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However, the post didn’t go well with a lot of her followers slamming the artist on social media. In the since-deleted picture, the singer was seen topless with a side pose and looking noticeably thin, per ETCanada. She later deleted the insensitive picture.

On Monday (December 28), Halsey later took to Twitter to apologize to her fans who were upset with the photograph.

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“TW: disordered eating. I am very sorry for posting a photo of myself depicting my struggle with ED without a sufficient trigger warning,” she wrote.

“I was very nervous to post it and didn’t think properly. I had positive intentions. I would never want to harm someone who shares my struggle.”

Then, in a second Tweet, she continued “With that being said I’m gonna log off now because this has turned into something I am not emotionally equipped to handle for the time being. I hope that’s okay.”

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The New Jersey native has never shied away from talking about her physical and mental struggles. Last year, she openly addressed her bipolar disorder during an interview with Rolling Stone magazine.

“I’ve been committed twice since Halsey, and no one’s known about it. But I’m not ashamed of talking about it no,” Halsey said at the time. “It’s been my choice. I’ve said to.”

“‘Hey, I’m not going to do anything bad right now, but I’m getting to the point where I’m scared that I might, so I need to go figure this out,'” she continued.

“It’s still happening in my body. I just know when to get in front of it.”

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