Madison Beer nearly died when she was 16 years old. Her rejection almost killed her. After being dropped by her record label at a young age, the singer suffered from depression and considered suicide.
Before signing with Island Records, the 23-year-old performer rose to prominence in her early teens after Justin Bieber saw her YouTube covers in 2012.
After a few years, the label dropped her, leaving her feeling like an “embarrassing failure” and in “such a sad place” for three years.
Madison Beer revealed on the Reign with Josh Smith podcast that she was contemplating suicide at the time and that any difficulty in her life could prompt her to do so. She had reached rock bottom in my life and had given up hope.
She felt insignificant and humiliated. She had the impression that no one liked her. There were so many factors that she just wanted to get away.
Everything finally caught up with her at the tender age of 19, and she is seriously considering leaving the world. From being dropped at 16 to being signed at 12 and lamenting the loss of those formative years, she was caught up in a whirlwind of events.
That’s when she realized she didn’t want to be here anymore.
Madison stated that “so many levels of self-hatred came out,” leaving her feeling “very uncomfortable,” and that she is still dealing with “a significant bit of PTSD and trauma.”
She stated that she decided to do something about her life rather than just go through the motions to help others rather than potentially wallowing. She claimed that things changed when she became more confident in herself.
She used to be extremely critical of herself and cruel to herself. She used to be irritated by everyone. She had been so upset that she couldn’t understand why she felt she had failed.
Following its debut on BBC Radio 1 yesterday, the singer recently released “Showed Me (How I Fell in Love With You)” via Epic/Sing It Loud.
Her most recent album, ‘Life Support,’ was released in 2021. Following ‘Reckless’ and ‘Dangerous,’ it is the third single from an untitled new album. The new song was released alongside a music video featuring suggestive casino imagery.