Cher, the legendary singer, and songwriter took a year-long sabbatical from social media following the footsteps of several celebrities like Ariana Grande, Lorde, and Lizzo. She returned to social media on March 11, 2022, and apologized to her fans for being away for so long.
Cher makes a comeback on social media after a year
Cher took to social media to tell her fans about her missing in action. She revealed to her fans that she had some personal problems and as a result, she had to stay away from social media. The 75-year-old interacted with and expressed her emotions to her Instagram family of four million, in a very positive manner.
While interacting with her fans, one of them asked her if she was okay. She said although she was alive, she was going through some difficult times. She added that after getting overwhelmed and reaching a level, that lim it gets pushed further. Moreover, she added that she was going through her worst year. Adding family problems to that made a perfect recipe for a disaster cake. In another tweet, Cher said that she was fine. However, sometimes she needs to regroup and reboot. There are times when she feels that this is her last nerve. However, gradually she finds many more such ‘last nerves’ to get on.
The American singer, actress, and songwriter, also goes by the name ‘Goddess of Pop’. She has always been a light in the dark as she embodied female autonomy in a male-dominated industry. Her six-decade-long career has seen Cher work in numerous entertainment fields, as well as adopting a variety of styles and appearances. Moreover, her fans have revealed that no one takes a stand for the people of LGBTQIAP community as she does.
Sorry I’ve Been MIA.— Cher (@cher) March 11, 2022
Been having Personal Problems
Fans from the entire globe came out in her support. They took to social media to show support to Cher and stand by her as she makes her way through these tough times. Moreover, they’ve said she doesn’t need to justify her absence.
YA KNOW…NO.— Cher (@cher) March 11, 2022
WE ALL😭,BUT SOMETIMES,WE😭A DIFFERENT KIND OF TEARS.TEARS THAT HURT.WE BECOME OVERWHELMED,
REACH A LIMIT..THEN ARE
FORCED 2 PUSH THAT LIMIT.IVE BEEN ALIVE SINCE THE YEAR DOT,& THESE YRS ARE THE WORST IVE EVER SEEN,..ADD FAMILY TO THAT,& ITS RECIPE FOR
IM BETTER🍰2DAY💪🏼.— Cher (@cher) March 11, 2022
SOMETIMES I REACH WHAT I THINK IS MY LIMIT,
THEN REALIZE,IVE GOT MILES MORE”LIMIT”IN ME.SOMETIMES I GET ON,WHAT I”THINK”IS MY LAST NERVE,THEN FIND LOTS MORE”LAST NERVES TO GET ON.SOMETIMES I NEED 2 REGROUP,REBOOT GIVE”ME”A TIME OUT, THEN SAY FK THIS.I WONT STOP
When I think about how long @cher has been on the side of the LGBTQIAP community & speaking out for us, it really just makes me cry because I don’t think I’ve seen anyone else at her level speaking up for us as long as she has. I hope she finds joy everyday.— Dylan Kilday (@DKKilday) March 12, 2022
Never give up Cher! You are appreciated and loved. Glad you took some time to regroup, take care of yourself so you can continue the fight to help others.💙☮️🤗 pic.twitter.com/BMD8G0LZWl— Candace GT- Vote Blue in '22 (@Saleboats) March 12, 2022
Cher, no apologies necessary, ever. None of us even have a compass 🧭 point of a prayer 🙏🏼 about how to live our lives right now. Deep breaths to help your body handle the barrage. Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us all. It means so much to us all you are here now. ☮️🙏🏼🕯♥️ pic.twitter.com/R96FPpmMOK— nancy neff (@nancyneff2) March 11, 2022
We love you, Cher. You don't need to justify your absence to us. (But also, new 2022 reaction tweet just dropped.) https://t.co/xwByYeSMzO— Chris Geidner (@chrisgeidner) March 11, 2022
Hugs from the entire world!— Renee Libby 🇺🇸🇺🇦 (@ReneeAlida) March 11, 2022