Former teen mom star Jenelle Evans left fans concerned after sharing a vulnerable video on TikTok in which she sings along to a song about “trauma” and pretends to smile.
She previously talked about her struggles with mental health.
In Tik Tok videoJenelle was seen wearing a white top and her long dark hair curled around her shoulders.
She sang a song by Ariana Grande, which has words about “trauma”.
The song also has a media link and a line that reads, “I can’t fake another smile.”
Jenelle captioned the video: “This song was written for me.”
Fans filled in the comments with concern, and one of them read, “The media are trying their best to incapacitate you, it’s a shame, they always get there. You have fans who love you and you are amazing, never forget that! “
Another fan commented, “Are you okay girl?”
A third follower commented, “You’ve been through a lot!
Another intervened, “This is why I can never be famous. I sympathize with you, girl. “
Jenelle has spoken openly to fans about her past and recent struggles.
She recently said that she lost her “spark” and “motivation” due to spinal tumors.
Jenelle said in the same video that doctors “recently discovered” a swelling in her neck, adding that it was “very painful.”
She shared the news on TikTok in response to a fan.
The controversial reality star began: “Hey, thanks for the support.
“Lately, I just calm down.
“I’m doing my number one health right now, so if I feel like I’ve lost the spark or motivation, I’m kind of lost.
“I was recently diagnosed with two tumors in my spine.
“They also recently found out that I have a swelling in my neck that hurts a lot … I have been very sick lately and my neck is just killing me.”
Jenelle has previously spoken to fans about her spinal condition, but said she has “news” about her upcoming neurosurgery.
She suffers from syringmyelia, which causes fluid-filled cysts to form on the spinal cord.
In December, she shared with fans that she “found some tumors in my spine,” asking for “#PrayersPlease”.
Earlier that month, she shared a cryptic video on TikTok, shouting along with the song, “I don’t need drugs because I’m already high enough.”
She wrote over the video: “When you already have a cyst growing in your spine … and the doctors cannot help you. When you are paralyzed, go to the ambulance. “
Jenelle shared the news on her Instagram Story. She elaborated on a YouTube video titled “My Neck, My Back”.
In the video, the Teen Mom star said she was battling headaches and her neck “breaking 10 times a day.”
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