Mariah Carey reveals that she has bipolar disorder

Mariah Carey reveals that she has bipolar disorder

Mariah Carey has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and her fans are showing support in their numbers. Get the latest in Thursday's edition of 'Hot Goss'.

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Mariah Carey tells the world that she's bipolar 

Another day and another story of a celeb battling with a mental health issue. This past week we chatted about Dakota Fanning opening up about her anxiety, and now Mariah Carey has revealed that she has Bipolar Disorder.

She spilt the beans to People Magazine in a tell-all story about being diagnosed back in 2001, and her journey of discovery through to the treatment of the disorder. It is reported by CNN that she is now on medication for the disorder. 

Read: Mariah Carey classic back on the charts 23 years later

Like with any issue, being over the denial stage and being upfront, honest, and vulnerable is the first step in dealing with it. I can't imagine living with such a huge burden. Acknowledgement and honesty is the only way to go. 

I'm grateful to be sharing this part of my journey with you. @mrjesscagle @people

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Blac Chyna's man pops the question on Instagram

Blac Chyna is in the headlines again. Her 18-year-old boyfriend, rapper YBN Almighty Jay, took to his Instagram to express his love for her with a post captioned, "Will you Marry Me?". No word yet if she accepted his proposal or not.

Read: Blac Chyna sues the Kardashians

Oh boy, I hate to be a prophet of doom, but this is a 'hell no'! This is a train wreck waiting to happen. Firstly, this guy is a kid, and anyway, who proposes over social media? Oh yeah, a kid does...

Will You Marry Me?💍

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YouTube hackers attack big-name musicians

The hackers are back - and this time with a vengeance. Some of the world's biggest music videos were hacked with pro-Palestine messages replaced on them, and removed from the site. The hackers' names are Prosox and Kuroi'sh. Some of the artists attacked include the likes of Adele, Tay-Tay, and even the most viewed video, 'Despacito'.

How freaky is this? I am not a fan of any violence of any kind, and can only imagine how it felt to be jarred while merrily watching a music video that's ambushed by an orange jumpsuit with a weapon of war in hand. No thanks.

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