Celebrities flocked to Twitter after Kehlani attempted suicide Monday. After the Grammy-nominated singer was accused of cheating on Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving, Kehlani tried to take her life. She credited her ex-boyfriend, PartyNextDoor, with saving her life. He’s the same person who helped ignite the infidelity rumors when he posted a picture of himself in bed with Kehlani to Instagram.
Musicians like QuestLove and JoJo sent out their well-wishes to the singer. The celebrity responses have been posted below:
man. just heard about kehlani. one of the nicest people ever. i wish good energy and strength for her life.
— Questlove Gomez (@questlove) March 29, 2016
I love you Kehlani. You're beautiful. Worthy of love and light and happiness.
— JoJo (@iamjojo) March 29, 2016
I'm really disappointed in a lot of people for this Kehlani situation. I don't care what you think about her,suicide attempts are not a joke
— Rachel Levin (@rclbeauty101) March 29, 2016
My heart and support goes out to Kehlani. I'm praying for you beauty. May the Lord get you through this. Much love and strength.
— Кяistinia DeBaяgé (@kristinia) March 29, 2016
The ultimate show of love isn't dying for it, it's living for it. Never give up. Prayers for Kehlani. I think you're amazing.
— Footwerk (@FootwerkBand) March 29, 2016
Much love to Kehlani and anyone else in a dark place. You're not alone. ❤️
— Ellapaige (@EllapaigeMusic) March 29, 2016
— Livin Legend (@TWISTAgmg) March 29, 2016
Much love to Kehlani & to her family & friends.
the Internet is savage.
They'll do anything for a LIKE, RT, or a reaction. she got bullied.
— JOE KAY (@J0EKAY) March 29, 2016
Fans sent their love to Kehlani with the hashtag #StayStrongKehlani. It was the top-trending Twitter topic Tuesday afternoon.
Kehlani, 20, was placed on a psychiatric hold after her suicide attempt. “She wanted to harm herself,” sources told TMZ. Even though she is being hospitalized for a mental observations, “she’s doing much better,” the insider added. It’s unknown how long she will stay in the hospital, but generally, someone can be legally held under a 5150 hold for 72 hours, Rusty Selix, executive director of the Mental Health Association of California, told MTV News in 2013.
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