Tana Monjo said that her difficult childhood prevented her from controlling her emotions. IN YouTube video Released in March 2020, a reality star said she "for years continued to accumulate any emotional pain I could experience while I became more and more popular and famous. A few months before I launched my channel on YouTube, my best friend died, and I spent days filming and nights staring at the ceiling spilling over in depression, "she said.
As Monjo grew in popularity, so did public attention. To cope, she began to abuse drugs. “I took Xanax, but it’s not that I was trying to overdose – this drug was killing people I love, – I definitely took enough not to kill myself, but I certainly didn’t care, I died.”
YouTube star also smoked a lot of weed, and in accordance with E! newsMonjo admitted that her health was deteriorating and she felt exhausted from her MTV filming schedule. Monjo also added that she felt that MTV was using her fragile state and editing footage to make her look like a "mean" person. Fortunately, Monjo was reportedly told her manager Jordan Raven, “to whom she attributes the salvation of her life,” she said. people,
Now the blogger hopes to create positive changes for himself and others: “I work every day to see what else I can do with my platform.”
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