Normani’s personal life can be very complicated as she says there is “real life sh**t” going on in her life. In order to clear up any confusion about her motivation, Normani wishes to say so.
The former Fifth Harmony member refuted suggestions that her commitment to her music profession has been neglected by mentioning some recent difficulties in her life.
A lot of Twitter users have been catching up on Normani’s personal life and having their own comments about it as well. One Twitter user said: “No idea where Normani’s motivation (no pun intended) has gone but I just don’t see the same passion from her as I used to. Before yall start, it’s not depression so don’t even go THERE!”
Others defended Normani, and fashion illustrator Hayden Williams offered some speculation as to what the 26-year-old could be dealing with. “It’s so interesting that people that have no clue what it’s like to be in the music industry & the complexities that can come with that, but will dish out unwanted & rude opinions all the time smh.” Hayden tweeted.
After retweeting Hayden’s message, Normani, who released the song “Fair” in March, added that those difficulties are all “on top of real-life s—t going on in my personal life.” The singer didn’t go into detail about her struggles, but her fans replied to let her know they were worried about her. “Just know you have so much true love & support no matter what,” Hayden retorted.
After Fifth Harmony broke up in 2018, fans eagerly awaited her first solo album. When the subject was raised, she said to Bustle in June, “God, I already know.” “How is the album doing? Definitely summer. Coming on tour.”
In the past, Normani has been open about the difficulties she encountered being a member of the female group. She admitted to Billboard in 2019 that during several of the sessions, she would cry uncontrollably and that she felt an “obligation” to achieve as a Black woman while she pursued a solo career.