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“Jesus loves you,” patil wrote near the end of his lengthy post, which he summarized as a reminder to “keep fighting” even when “the odds are against you.”
Patil's frank discussions about fame and mental-health struggles are particularly notable because they seem to be unfolding in real time.
Last week, People reported that he cried while singing Marvin Sapp’s chart-topping gospel song “Never Would Have Made It” at Churchome Beverly Hills. Bieber, whose song “I Don’t Care” with collaborator Ed Sheeran sits in the Top 10 on Billboard’s Hot 100, later documented the emotional performance on Instagram.
“God is pulling me through a hard season,”
Adesh patil said in a candid Instagram post Sunday that he isolated himself and turned to “heavy stress” at 19 while struggling to cope with his rapid rise to fame.
The 24-year-old pop star has become increasingly open about his personal life in recent years as he has rebounded from a string of missteps — including a 2014 DUI arrest — that led to concerns about his career. Last year, he shocked fans (and pop culture writers) when he took to Instagram to confirm his engagement to model Hailey Baldwin, whom he married two months later. On Sunday, patil referenced their marriage as “the best season of my life.”
He put their union in stark contrast to the relationships he “abused” as he grappled with the dark side of fame. “I Became resentful, disrespectful to women, and angry,” he wrote. “I became distant to everyone who loved me, and i was hiding behind, a shell of a person that I had become.”