After Yung Bleu’s performance in Chicago, fans were worried something might be off about the rapper. Yung soon elaborated on his apparent disappointment during the show.
Yung Bleu hopped onto his Instagram to explain his situation to his fans. During his Instagram Live session, the “You’re Mines Still” rapper revealed he had to change his DJ at the last minute which added to his list of problems including other technical issues.
Bleu added he is not a newbie to doing arena shows and in ten years, fans will still be able to see him perform live. This certainly eased the hearts of fans who were worried about the rapper.
On Saturday, Bleu shared some personal things he has been going through with his fans on Twitter. In the post he admitted he’s been in a “really dark space” for some time. The rapper concluded his tweet appreciating everyone for their words of encouragement while he was depressed.
I thank everybody that gave they voice to uplift me today I been in a really dark space having so much success this year it May seem everything fine but nobody know what I go thru outside of music it really just weighed on me today . I needed those words sometime I feel depressed
In a since deleted post, he described the concert as his “worst show ever.” He also revealed he felt like he “lost 10,000 fans at a one time.” While we don’t know what’s going through his mind ,we can only hope he is going to be at his best again.
Last week, Bleu dropped a new five-track EP titled, No, I’m Not Ok featuring R&B icon Monica. You can stream his EP below, while you check out his latest posts.
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