Rebecca Black Reveals On The 9th Anniversary Of ‘Friday’ That The Viral Video Led To Her Suffering Relentless Bullying In Her Teens

9 years after her music video Friday went viral and acquired 10s of millions of views on YouTube, Rebecca Black is opening up about how the tune almost destroyed her life. Black was simply 13 years of ages when she made the video, and she states she suffered relentless bullying since of it.

Black is now 22, and on Monday she posted a selfie on Instagram together with a throwback picture of herself from the video, and she composed a prolonged caption that she wants she might return and alter some things.

“9 years ago today a music video for a song called “friday” was submitted to the web,” composedBlack “above all things, i just wish i could go back and talk to my 13 year old self who was terribly ashamed of herself and afraid of the world. to my 15 year old self who felt like she had nobody to talk to about the depression she faced. to my 17 year old self who would get to school only to get food thrown at her and her friends.”

Black went on to compose that when she was 19, practically every manufacturer and songwriter in the music market informed her they would never ever deal with her, and simply a couple of days ago she felt disgusted after taking a look at herself in the mirror.

She added that she’s attempting to advise herself more and more that every day is a brand-new chance to move your reality and raise your spirit. Black states that individuals aren’t specified by any one option they have actually made or thing that they do. She described that time heals and absolutely nothing is limited, and it’s a procedure that’s never ever far too late to start.

In a BuzzFeed video from July 2019, Black informed the story behind the video, and she described that she remained in 8th grade when a good friend of hers made a video with good friends and sang a “cute song.” Because she was a “theater kid” who enjoyed music and was consumed with Glee, she believed it would be enjoyable to make her own video.

Black stated that she got in touch with the business that made videos for kids her age, and they composed her a tune to sing and produced the music video. Of course, she had no concept that it would end up being a viral feeling.

Fan assistance for Black’s story has actually been incredibly favorable, and she states she has actually been “overwhelmed” by the assistance. Rebecca Black states she is grateful for the great words from fans on social media, and she can’t stop weeping delighted tears since of it.

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“could have never imagined the internet being so loving and kind. not really thinking in big words right now but i will be hopefully more coherent and less weepy tomorrow. i am so so grateful,” composed Black.


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