“I’m hungry,” Sinead O’Connor posted on Twitter on Thursday. The 53-year-old singer confided on the social network about her agoraphobia which prevents her from going out shopping. “I have been secretly living with a case of trauma-related physical paralysis, acute low self-esteem for weeks, months, years and I haven’t eaten lately because it makes me so agoraphobic I can’t anymore go shopping.” A concerning message for the singer’s followers. Without delay, many of them reacted, each offering their help as they could. “What can I do for you? Deliver you chicken soup?”, “I can call you a delivery service”, “If I lived nearby I would be happy to do your shopping”, one could read among the comments. “Can someone tell me if in Ireland there are meal delivery services for people with mental health problems and their ability to take care of themselves? I could eat the put *** of the Lamb of God “, then inquired the singer who lives in a” very remote part “of her native land, Ireland, specifying that her geographical location did not allow the classic deliveries of supermarkets or takeaways. Fortunately, a few hours later, Sinead O’Connor seemed to have found a solution to her problem as she tweeted, “Everything is fine now. I have found a meal delivery service. I am full and happy.”
Ok here goes a reach out. I’ve been secretly living with a physically paralysing, trauma related case ofacute low self esteem for the last few years and months and weeks and am lately not eating because it’s made me so agoraphobic I can’t go to the shops. And I’m starving.
– Sinead O’Connor (AKA Shuhada Sadaqat) (@ MagdaDavitt77) October 14, 2020
His messages noticed on social networks
The interpreter of “Nothing compares 2 U” is not his first message noticed on the networks. One of her most commented posts dates back to 2018, when, then recently converted to Islam, Sinead O’Connor announced that she “never wanted to spend time with white people again.” The one who changed her name to Magda Davitt in 2017 and then Shuhada ‘Sadaqat the following year had indeed declared on her account: “I am terribly sorry. What I am about to say is so racist that I didn’t know that my soul might one day think something like that. But I never want to spend time with white people (if that’s what non-Muslims are called). Never again, for any reason whatever “, before concluding:” They are disgusting. “
Sinéad O’Connor © Backgrid