Sinead O’Connor has been very open with the public via social media about her immediate and dire mental health struggles. Last week she alarmed millions with a video post from a motel where she revealed she’s been having suicidal thoughts for the past two years and is distraught over being estranged from most of her […]
50-year-old singer Sinead O’Connor sparked fears about her safety after she posted an emotional video on her Facebook page. In the video, which has racked up almost a million views, a tearful O’Connor said that she suffered from three mental illnesses and has been abandoned because of her struggles. She said she was making the video for the “millions of millions of millions of people who are just like me actually who don’t have necessarily the resources that I have in my heart or my purse for that matter.”
She said she was recording in a Travelodge in New Jersey and the video sparked concern bout her safety because she in open about having had suicidal thoughts for the past two years. An update on her Facebook page assures the public that she’s now “safe,” and “not suicidal.”
After being reported missing and then found in Chicago, singer Sinead O’Connor has taken to Facebook to eviscerate her first husband and their son Jake. O’Connor has a public history of meltdowns that reflect a serious struggle with mental health issues. In a post made last night after she was taken to a Chicago area hospital, the 49-year-old fired off another expletive-laden tirade.
Police issued an alert earlier today when singer Sinead O’Connor seemingly vanished after last being seen riding a motorized bicycle Sunday afternoon in the northern Chicago suburb of Wilmette. The disappearance was extremely concerning as police described Sinead as “missing suicidal.” Thankfully, according to new reports, Sinead has been found.
The internet was reminded a couple of days ago that nothing compares to the wild stuff Sinead O’Connor will say. In a recent Facebook post, the Irish singer accused 90’s talk show host Arsenio Hall of supplying Prince with drugs. Now Hall has fired back with a multi-million dollar lawsuit.
Nothing compares to the outlandish things Sinéad O’Connor will say via social media. This time, we’ve got an accusation that former 90’s talk show host Arsenio Hall, whom Sinéad called Prince’s and Eddie Murphy’s b**ch, supplied the late “Purple Rain” singer with drugs. She also accused Hall of drugging her back in the day, and warned that he better clean up his man cave–because the police are coming!
Sinead O’Connor suicide rumors are shooting across the internet in the wake of one of the Irish singer’s most recent Facebook updates, which appears to be a suicide note. O’Connor has since followed the suicide note update with a second, even more personal message; read on to see what she has to say, and to find out what’s happening currently.
Irish singer-songwriter Sinead O’Connor is more like Sinead O’MG in a just released photo from the cover shoot for her new album, I’m Not Bossy, I’m the Boss, due out August 12! Keep reading for the amazing photo and find out why Sinead just recently changed the name of her new album, which was to be called The Vishnu Room.