Is Jhonni Blaze OK? Missing R&B singer on 'mental break' after alarming Insta post
The 31-year-old singer and reality star was confirmed to be missing by her friend and manager Mega Meezy after the concerning posts
Jhonni Blaze is reportedly "fine" after being reported missing for "several days" by her friend and manager Mega Meezy following the R&B sensation's concerning Instagram post.
The season 5 star of 'Love & Hip Hop' is "fine and is taking a mental break from everything at the moment", as reported by The Neighborhood Talk on Thursday, September 9. The 31-year-old reality star was confirmed to be missing, with her manager Meezy noting that she hadn't been in contact with friends or family for several days.
"Praying for @jhonniblazeduh. She has been missing for a few days," Meezy wrote on Instagram Stories over a photo of Blaze as she sought help from her fans, "If anyone knows anything please speak up!" The Neighborhood Talk later posted an update saying Blaze was fine.
After noting that the 'Savage Life' hitmaker was safe, fans breathed a sigh of relief. "#JhonniBlaze is reportedly ok and taking a mental break from everything. So glad to hear this," one tweeted.
Meezy's alarming post came four days after Blaze shared a troubling and cryptic message on Instagram. "S**t don't make Sense how much pain I can consume. S**t be on the edge for me and tonight I'm done y'all won," she wrote on a black background alongside a mending heart emoticon. The post caption was even more alarming. "I won't leave no memories cus y'all didn't care to leave genuine ones with me. I'm tired see how [it] feels when I'm gone," she continued. "They laughed at my hurt [email protected] my feelings and played! people think having mental issues is to be laughed at and to down you let's see you laugh when I'm dead."
Reacting to the post, several R&B artists and fans expressed concern for Blaze. "Been reaching out hope all is well. [You're] a Boss ignore the negativity," Shane Foster commented. "Hope all is well! Been texting and calling you [love] stay strong," Richie Re added. "I hope you're fighting thru this negative moment! We love you beautiful," Joseline Hernandez chimed in, while Lee Adrian wrote, "You've got so many of the right people that love you, you know I'm right here with you. Love you [love]."
Fans also prayed for Blaze's health and safety at the time. "I pray Jhonni Blaze is found safe mental health is real. I hate that people think it’s a joke," one wrote on Twitter. "I am praying that Jhonni Blaze who is missing for four days from growing up hip hop does not kill herself and commit suicide when you deal with someone with mental health issues is not a game at all," a comment read. "I hope nobody did anything to Jhonni Blaze & she is just taking a serious break from everyone. More importantly, I hope she ain’t hurt herself either. ima be sick to my damn stomach. She too talented and beautiful for the bs," another added.
I pray jhonni blaze is found safe 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 mental health is real. I hate that people think it’s a joke.— 😜BECKY😜 (@PHATAZZBIH) September 10, 2021
I am praying that johnni blaze who is missing for four day from growing up hip hop does not kill herself and commit suicide when you deal with someone with mental health issues is not a game at all kimberly anyanwu— Kimberly Anyanwu (@AnyanwuKimberly) September 9, 2021
i hope nobody did anything to johnni blaze & she is just taking a serious break from everyone . more importantly i hope she ain’t hurt herself either . ima be sick to my damn stomach . she too talented and beautiful for the bs 🥺— Amaka * (@ChooGPRETTY) September 9, 2021
Jhonni Blaze, whose real name is J’zapal Jackson, is a singer, musician, and reality TV star. She shot to prominence after joining the cast of 'Love & Hip Hop: New York' in season five. She subsequently made appearances in a series of reality shows including 'Black Ink Crew: Chicago' and WE TV’s 'Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta'. Blaze has previously revealed how she was introduced to music as a child by her mother and can play a number of instruments, including the piano, clarinet, violin, and drums.