Actress Constance Wu tried suicide after 2019 social media backlash

Actress Constance Wu has returned to Twitter for the primary time in three years to

Actress Constance Wu has returned to Twitter for the primary time in three years to handle her break from appearing and announce the discharge of her new ebook Making A Scene.


She revealed on Thursday July 14, that she tried suicide after experiencing social media backlash three years in the past.


The 40-year-old ‘Loopy Wealthy Asians’ star confronted a torrent of criticism in 2019 over remarks she made on Twitter concerning the sitcom ‘Recent Off the Boat,’ through which she starred in.


The star had tweeted: “So upset proper now that I’m actually crying. Ugh. F**okay.” Constance additionally replied to a fan and famous that the renewal of the present was not excellent news for her.

So as to add to this, she additionally took her ideas on Instagram as he wrote on her story: “Dislike.”


A day later, amid a little bit of a firestorm, she clarified that the renewal conflicted with one other mission that “would have challenged me as an artist…Folks ‘assumed’ that that meant I don’t love and revel in FOTB. However I do love and revel in it. I hope you consider me…. It’s significant if you make the selection to consider girls.” The reason solely appeared to inflame the ire surrounding


After on-line shaming from customers who known as the remarks disparaging, and a message from one other Asian American actress who known as Wu “a blight on the Asian American group,” Wu stated she determined to take her personal life.


She wrote; 


“I used to be afraid of coming again on social media as a result of I nearly misplaced my life from it: three years in the past, after I made careless tweets concerning the renewal of my TV present, it ignited outrage and web shaming that received fairly extreme.

“I felt terrible about what I’d stated, and when just a few DMs from a fellow Asian actress informed me I’d change into a blight on the Asian American group, I began feeling like I didn’t even need to dwell anymore. That I used to be a shame to AsAms [Asian Americans], they usually’d be higher off with out me.

“Wanting again, it’s surreal that just a few DMs satisfied me to finish my very own life, however that’s what occurred. Fortunately, a pal discovered me and rushed me to the ER.”


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She added that the response to the tweets prompted her to “reassess” her life. Wu stated; 


“AsAms don’t discuss psychological well being sufficient.

“Whereas we’re fast to have fun illustration wins, there’s loads of avoidance across the extra uncomfortable points inside our group,” she stated. “Even my tweets turned a topic so sensitive that the majority of my AsAm colleagues determined that was the time to keep away from me or ice me out.”


Wu, who presently stars reverse Chris Pratt inThe Terminal Record, concluded her put up on Thursday stating that she feels “OK sufficient” to return to social media.


She stated; 


“After somewhat break from Hollywood and a lot of remedy I really feel OK sufficient to enterprise again on right here (a minimum of for somewhat bit).”



Wu beforehand said that her unfavorable response to the “FOTB” renewal got here as a result of it meant she needed to “quit one other mission that I used to be actually enthusiastic about.” She additional clarified the intention behind her tweet in an August 2019 interview with The Los Angeles Occasions, calling herself “dramatic.”


“Recent Off the Boat” ended its six-season run in February 2020.