- Jake Zyrus, formerly known as Charice Pempengco, posted an important announcement on social media
- In a statement, Jake revealed that he will be taking a break from social media and focus on his mental health
- He stressed that a lot of people have tried to break him, so he decided to fight back by healing
- The singer further encouraged those who also need a break to join him
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Jake Zyrus just shared on social media an important announcement, where he also openly talked about his mental health.
In a statement, Jake said he will be having a social media hiatus to focus on his healing.
“Hi all! I know I don't post a lot, but I just wanted to let you guys know that I'll be taking a break from social media for a few weeks to focus on my mental health.”
According to the singer, he has has been going through a rough ride, and many people have tried to break him.
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“It's been a rough ride. A lot of people have tried to break me, so this is me fighting back, by healing.”
He continued, “I know it’s not gonna be easy, but I also know it will help me a lot."
Furthermore, Jake gave a message to those who also need a break.
If you're looking for a sign to also take a break because it's been a lot for you, this is it. Let's do this together.”
(The Department of Health has a national crisis hotline to assist people with mental health concerns. The hotline can be reached at 0917-899-USAP (8727) and 0917-989-8727.)
Jake is a well-known singer and songwriter in the Philippines. He was previously known as Charice Pempengco, the girl who made international TV appearances because of her singing prowess. His gender transition became a subject of public interest.
Recently, Jake treated his followers to a beautiful song cover. On his social media pages, Jake posted a new reel showcasing his soothing vocals. He sang “Somewhere Down the Road” by Barry Manilow in the said video. The singer’s performance immediately garnered positive comments from netizens.
Previously, Jake's commendable cover video posted on his Instagram reels was such an eargasm. In the said reel, the singer could be seen and heard doing his rendition of Mariah Carey's 90s hit song "Always Be My Baby," which was also performed by David Cook in 2008. He published the cover video for everyone to enjoy while he was busy preparing for his show.
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