Is Cher OK? Here's why iconic singer took a year's hiatus from social media
Musicians namely Ariana Grande, Lorde, and Lizzo among several others took a sabbatical from social media earlier only to come back better and stronger. Legendary singer and songwriter Cher too took the same step after she vanished from social media for a good one year. Marking her return to the virtual world the iconic crooner apologized to her fans for missing in action.
Cher took to her Twitter on Friday, March 11, and revealed that she was facing personal problems the reason why she was not active on social media. Cher, who has close to four million fans and followers on the micro-blogging site, also interacted with fans and exhibited her emotional side to which fans responded in a positive manner. The Internet poured love and extended their support to the 75-year-old singer.
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‘Been having personal problems’
Cher took her fans by surprise after she apologized to her fans for not being much active on social media platforms. Cher first tweeted, “Sorry I’ve Been MIA. Been having Personal Problems.” When a fan asked if she was OK, the California native replied that she was alive but she was going through a tough time. “Ya know…no. we all,but sometimes, we a different kind of tears. tears that hurt”, said the ‘Believe’ hitmaker adding, “We become overwhelmed, reach a limit..then are. forced 2 push that limit.ive been alive since the year dot,& these yrs are the worst ive ever seen,..add family to that,& its recipe for diaster cake.”
Cher shared another tweet claiming that she was fine adding that sometimes she need to regroup and reboot. “Im better2day. sometimes i reach what i think is my limit, then realize, ive got miles more ”limit” in me”, said Cher concluding, “Sometimes i get on, what I ”think” is my last nerve, then find lots more” last nerves to get on. sometimes i need 2 regroup, reboot give “me” a time out, then say fk this.i won’t stop.” Cher has been posting tweets for the last few months but she was missing in action for most of 2021.
Sorry I’ve Been MIA.— Cher (@cher) March 11, 2022
Been having Personal Problems
YA KNOW…NO.— Cher (@cher) March 11, 2022
WE ALL😭,BUT SOMETIMES,WE😭A DIFFERENT KIND OF TEARS.TEARS THAT HURT.WE BECOME OVERWHELMED,
REACH A LIMIT..THEN ARE
FORCED 2 PUSH THAT LIMIT.IVE BEEN ALIVE SINCE THE YEAR DOT,& THESE YRS ARE THE WORST IVE EVER SEEN,..ADD FAMILY TO THAT,& ITS RECIPE FOR
IM BETTER🍰2DAY💪🏼.— Cher (@cher) March 11, 2022
SOMETIMES I REACH WHAT I THINK IS MY LIMIT,
THEN REALIZE,IVE GOT MILES MORE”LIMIT”IN ME.SOMETIMES I GET ON,WHAT I”THINK”IS MY LAST NERVE,THEN FIND LOTS MORE”LAST NERVES TO GET ON.SOMETIMES I NEED 2 REGROUP,REBOOT GIVE”ME”A TIME OUT, THEN SAY FK THIS.I WONT STOP
‘Cher, no apologies necessary, ever’
Social media users rushed to Twitter with an intention to extend a helping hand. “When I think about how long @cher has been on the side of the LGBTQIAP community & speaking out for us, it really just makes me cry because I don’t think I’ve seen anyone else at her level speaking up for us as long as she has. I hope she finds joy everyday”, said one user as another posted, “Never give up Cher! You are appreciated and loved. Glad you took some time to regroup, take care of yourself so you can continue the fight to help others.”
The next one tweeted, “Cher. She’s just like us.” Meanwhile, one shared, “Cher, no apologies necessary, ever. None of us even have a compass point of a prayer about how to live our lives right now. Deep breaths to help your body handle the barrage. Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us all. It means so much to us all you are here now.” One user added, “We love you, Cher. You don't need to justify your absence to us,” as, another concluded with a positive message saying, “Hugs from the entire world!”
When I think about how long @cher has been on the side of the LGBTQIAP community & speaking out for us, it really just makes me cry because I don’t think I’ve seen anyone else at her level speaking up for us as long as she has. I hope she finds joy everyday.— Dylan Kilday (@DKKilday) March 12, 2022
Never give up Cher! You are appreciated and loved. Glad you took some time to regroup, take care of yourself so you can continue the fight to help others.💙☮️🤗 pic.twitter.com/BMD8G0LZWl— Candace GT- Vote Blue in '22 (@Saleboats) March 12, 2022
Cher, no apologies necessary, ever. None of us even have a compass 🧭 point of a prayer 🙏🏼 about how to live our lives right now. Deep breaths to help your body handle the barrage. Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us all. It means so much to us all you are here now. ☮️🙏🏼🕯♥️ pic.twitter.com/R96FPpmMOK— nancy neff (@nancyneff2) March 11, 2022
We love you, Cher. You don't need to justify your absence to us. (But also, new 2022 reaction tweet just dropped.) https://t.co/xwByYeSMzO— Chris Geidner (@chrisgeidner) March 11, 2022
Hugs from the entire world!— Renee Libby 🇺🇸🇺🇦 (@ReneeAlida) March 11, 2022