J Molley Suicidal Posts Have Got South Africans Worried

J Molley Suicidal Posts Have Got South Africans Worried

  • J Molley is trying to take his life on a live on Instagram💔💔💔❗❗❗❗
  • He’s overdosing himself with a cough syrup💔.
  • His closest friends, family etc, keep calling he’s rejecting the calls💔.

J Molley Suicidal Post Has Got South Africans Worried

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  • Albums: Almost Dead, Dreams Money Can Buy, Leader Of The Wave: A Playlist By J Molley
  • Record labels: NEVERBROKE, Never Broke Management
  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

J Molley social media posts have got fans worried. In a series of post which was shared on his socials, the rapper has threatened to take his own life. From J Molley’s past posts, it seems like the celebrated Hiphop star is battling with depression.

Self-harm warning from an established figure like J Molley should be a call for concern. While many might want to take it as a joke, the rappers seems serious and sure needs our love and encouragement at this time of his life.

“Only Shamiso Can Save Me But She Won’t. Bye Guys, I’m Sorry 💔… It’s already done guys. The process of death has started. There’s no turning back. I’m sorry 💔” – J Molley

J Molley Rescued

After drinking a drug that seems to be dangerous to one’s health on his Instagram live feed, fans reached out to J Molley’s hideout and according by a tweep called Peter, J Molley was found at The Capital Empire in Sandton and is been attended to by the paramedics.

“They found J Molley at The Capital Empire in Sandton, The receptionist Henry called me back to inform me
Thank God!!!! The paramedics are on the scene, his state hasn’t been confirmed. That one person that commented on live insta saved his life, I would’ve not called the hotels.” – Peter

They found J Molley at The Capital Empire in Sandton, The receptionist Henry called me back to inform me
Thank God!!!! https://t.co/beNI0lrmYj

— Peter (@PeterTheTracker) May 30, 2024

J Molley Suicidal Posts Have Got South Africans Worried
J Molley Suicidal Posts Have Got South Africans Worried

 

 

 

In Earlier News this year..

 

J Molley Returns Stronger After Battle With Drug Addiction

Popular South African rapper J Molley has returned to the spotlight after a seven-month hiatus, and he’s not shying away from the reason for his absence.

Opening up to “Drum” magazine last year, the 24-year-old artist revealed his struggle with drug addiction, a battle that has silently plagued him since the tender age of 14.

Reflecting on his journey, J Molley confessed to progressing from codeine to weed, then to Xanax and eventually to cocaine.

He admitted that while he initially didn’t see his drug use as problematic, hindsight painted a different picture.

He said: “When I was taking drugs, I didn’t think I was doing something crazy but, in hindsight, I saw that my drug intake was a problem.”

Acknowledging the prevalence of drug use within hip hop culture, particularly in the United States where it’s often glorified, he emphasized the importance of admitting one’s struggles.

“Not many people admit to being addicts because it is accepted in the hip-hop culture, especially in America and it is praised,” he said.

“It is a very normal thing, I had to admit that it is a problem, and I am talking about it because I know that many people are suffering, me included.”

In a recent video shared on Instagram, the rapper extended a sincere apology to those he had hurt during his battle with addiction.

He said: “With utmost sincerity, I hope you can accept my apology. Why now and why share this with all of you? I’ve asked myself that question too, after more than 7 months of really processing it all have I started to see how much being honest sooner could have put a stop to the destructive path I was on.

“I hope that if anything, this may inspire someone else to be honest with themselves and take accountability sooner than later.

“Thank you so much to those of you that have always supported the music and shared kind words, for you guys and all those around me, I will be better.”

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