Madison Beer Opens Up About Being Bullied

Genevieve Scott

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Madison Beer has been in the public eye for years now, but that doesn't mean it's always been easy. In fact, the Billboard artist just opened up about her life in the spotlight. And from the sounds of it? Perhaps it's not as glamorous as it's made out to be…

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"So exhausted of everything I do being labeled as cringe or embarrassing like I literally never wanna leave my house again," the singer tweeted, revealing the struggles she's faced along her road to Hollywood. Unfortunately, not everybody sees things that way...

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"I hate this narrative of 'don't make music or b on social media if u can't handle it,'" she continued. "How abouttttt no! … if it IS hard for u to either be kind or just not..say anything… do some introspection on yourself & stop worrying about me." Preach, sis.

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In case you forgot, Beer first rose to superstardom at 13-years-old, after Justin Bieber shared a video of her covering Etta James' At Last back in 2012 (remember that?). Safe to say, a whole lot has changed since then. From hit singles to red-carpet debuts, the 22-year-old is officially a force to be reckoned with.

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But perhaps her most noteworthy endeavor? The moment she dropped her debut album, Life Support, back in February (which, by the way, included the gold-certified single, Selfish). While it may have felt like we've been waiting for ages for the drop, that's because the album was literally years in the making.

Madison Beer, Mental health
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"It was so tough, and I had to fight so hard for so long to get to where I am now," Beer explained to MTV of finally making music her way - exactly as she pleases (see what we did there?). "It's everything to me. I get really emotional... I felt like I was never going to be able to actually release stuff that was me, or that felt good."

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From shy teen to sold-out tours we can't help but admire just how far Ms. Beer has come. And from the looks of it? She's just getting started.

Stay tuned...