Stunner’s impassioned plea

•Says “drama” affecting him
•Hints at mental breakdown

Shelly Guni

Just two days after the world commemorated World Mental Health Day, Hip Hop musician Stunner, real name Desmond Chideme, has opened up about a mental health issue.

The award-winning musician said he has been battling a lot of issues and cyber bullies are not letting him breathe.

World Mental Health Day is celebrated on October 10 annually.

The overall objective of World Mental Health Day is to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world and to mobilize efforts in support of mental health.

“It’s sad how even when you are just doing your life there are people that keep hating you, try to profit off you, say you are nothing but the only time they get the most attention is when they mention your name,” he said on social media.

“Recently someone had a fight with a famous person in South Africa and you all think hey let’s disrupt Stunner’s life and throw him in the mix.

“Have I not gone through enough in my life, how long do you guys want me to keep fighting for my mental state, my life and my kids?

“I do not enjoy this arena of drama and I do not start any (I have never brought drama to social media rather her it has been brought by others)

“I have not been in a good state and I’m fighting through my Tik Tok jokes , music and when I get on stage.

“Please guys if you can’t help me just leave me alone, I will find ways to fix me.

“One day you are going to light a candle for me and it won’t be because of a power cut.”

Recently the rapper was acquitted from pysical abuse allegations by his former wife Dyonne Tafirenyika.

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