Rebecca Black’s honesty may have paid off.

Since Black spoke out about her struggles after the 2011 release of her hit song “Friday,” the 22-year-old said she’s received an outpour of support and possibly some new opportunities.

“Questlove just posted about my song, which I am a huge Questlove fan,” she told TMZ. "Every day I feel like I open up my phone and I’m just like ‘What the hell?’ This is exactly the opposite of what I experienced nine years ago. And...I’m really appreciative.”

As International Business Times  previously reported, Black said she experienced depression after all of the bullying and hate that came her way following “Friday.”

“I’m trying to remind myself more and more that every day is a new opportunity to shift your reality and lift your spirit. You are not defined by any one choice or thing. time heals and nothing is finite. it’s a process that’s never too late to begin. and so, here we go! this might be a weird thing to post but the honesty feels good if nothing else,” she wrote on the nine-year anniversary of the song.

 The YouTube sensation is ready to let all of the hard times go as she continues her personal growth and her regrets are minimal.

“I think I regret the way I wasn’t as there for myself as I could have been, but I knew no better I was 13,” she told TMZ. “I was doing something fun and creative and if I could have predicted what would have happened with it I don’t know what I would have done, but I couldn’t.”

Now, she just hopes her experience helps others going through a difficult time.

“I wanted to be honest with myself and I think I owe it to a lot of people who might be in a similar just be honest about my experience and I don’t know help somebody else find peace,” she said. “That’s all I can hope to do with what happened to me.”

Rebecca Black Former YouTube sensation Rebecca Black dropped jaws when she arrived at the 2015 AMAs in Los Angeles Sunday wearing a sexy black jumpsuit. Photo: Getty Images