“People don’t just do things for one reason, they mobilize for a multitude of reasons. Obviously in what I was doing there was also the desire to have a public caress or to want to exorcise the evil that I felt, there was that, but there was also something else ». With these words, Fedez responds to the criticism he received after publishing a situation from one of his sessions with the psychologist, in which he said he was afraid of death and being forgotten by his children. Taking it out on reporters, who called him a narcissist, he commented, “It’s like they say I’m a bitch.” The rapper responded by quoting George Bernard Shaw: “I don’t like fighting pigs in the mud, partly because you get dirty everywhere, but mostly because pigs like it.”
“When I listened to the audio again, I cried like an idiot”
Fedez, guest of Tony Severo, Rosario Pellecchia and Romina Pierdomenico’s 105 Friends program, added: “My theme is simple: first of all, recording the sessions is a completely normal thing, publishing it is a little less. I suffer from insomnia, I wake up very early in the morning, around 5:00, 6:00. I had never listened to that audio again, that morning I got mad at it and started crying like an idiot. I try – Fedez continues – to keep the window of my illness open so as not to forget that this window helps me to reevaluate my life priorities, so I listened to this audio for a moment to which I returned, when i discovered it i had this tumor and the only testimony i had was google telling me i would be dead in six months as it always happens no matter what health you search google ».
Selvaggia Lucarelli: “It’s not normalization, it’s exhibitionism”
Yesterday, June 14, journalist Selvaggia Lucarelli criticized the distribution of Fedez’s audio, saying it was not about normalizing mental health disorders, but about “exhibitionism and a pathological inability to maintain privacy.” Fedez reported that what he experienced in the audio was a “sense of bad dissociation” and that he would disseminate it to empathize and provide a sense of closeness to those experiencing the same situation.
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