Verydarkman, a well-known skincare rights activist, has harshly criticized DJ Kaywise following a troubling social media post made by the DJ just two days ago.
The incident has spurred debate about mental health and the role of prominent personalities in dealing with such sensitive topics.
The recent untimely death of the renowned musical singer Mohbad sparked this discussion. The news of Mohbad’s unexpected death shook the entertainment sector. It had started a discussion on the importance of mental health and the necessity to support people who are struggling.
In the midst of this somber atmosphere, DJ Kaywise took to his Instagram story to share a message that sent shockwaves through his own followers. In the message, he wrote, “I will end it all by 9 pm tonight,” causing immediate concern and raising alarm bells about his mental well-being.
DJ Kaywise, on the other hand, addressed the matter yesterday by dismissing the notion of suicide inclinations. He indicated his desire to put the matter to rest in his statement, stating, “I hope this ends it all.” The general public’s misreading of my recent post as evidence of suicidal ideation emphasizes the importance of addressing these issues.” He also called out a rogue blog named Gistlover for spreading misinformation.
While DJ Kaywise’s clarification seeks to assuage people’s fears, it has not slipped the attention of netizens that his initial article delves into a serious subject such as mental health. Some internet users chastised him, noting that, regardless of the misinterpretation, such words should be taken seriously, especially considering the delicate date of his post.
Verydarkman, a prominent figure in the skincare advocacy community, also chimed in. He chastised DJ Kaywise, saying he had “used his last lifeline.” This saying means that if DJ Kaywise ever faces a genuine crisis, people may not take his issue seriously owing to the perception generated by his earlier statement.
The incident serves as a reminder of the responsibility that public personalities bear in their relationships with their audiences, particularly when dealing with delicate matters such as mental health.