Crazy Rich Asians and Fresh Off the Boat actress Constance Wu made a shocking revelation on Twitter on Thursday evening after a three-year hiatus from the social media platform
Constance Wu revealed
Tried to take her own life after backlash from social media comments. The 40-year-old Crazy Rich Asians actress made the shocking revelation on Twitter on Thursday evening after a three-year hiatus from the social media platform. She opened up about her mental health challenges after posting a series of tweets in which she had starred since 2015, which picked up for a sixth season by US TV network ABC.
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Wu, who had starred on the show since 2015, tweeted: “So upset right now I’m literally crying. When a user congratulated her on the renewal, describing her as “great news”, Wu replied: ” No, it’s not.” She later clarified that her initial comments “came on the heels of a rough day” and were “ill times”, and that the show’s renewal meant that she would pursue a passion project. will be unable to increase.
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Wu explained those comments in a statement on social media on Thursday:
“I felt really bad about what I said and when some DMs of a fellow Asian actress told me that I would be a curse to the Asian American community, I started feeling like I didn’t even deserve to live anymore. am not
“I was scared to come back on social media because I almost lost my life
The 40-year-old said that she wrote a book during her absence called Making a Scene, which she hoped would “reach out to people and help them talk about uncomfortable things so they can understand it, along with ideas.” and open the avenues for healing”.