What happened to Nicole Fujita? She tweeted, “It’s hard to live with the pressure of being a successful girl” in response to an outpouring of concern.
On December 12, TV personality Nicole Fujita took to Twitter and wrote
It’s hard to live.
and one word. This was followed by approximately 2,300 comments and 120,000 likes (as of December 13).
It is a very difficult world to live in, isn’t it? I think so too.
It is important to take a rest.
Some of the comments were from people who were concerned about the situation. Some of the comments included
Are you okay, Nikoru? By the way, I lost 80,000 on Vuvuzu yesterday! But I didn’t lose and I’m still playing today!
Fujita responded to a comment from a fan who had lost at a pachinko game by saying
to which Fujita replied, “Woohoo!
Speaking of Fujita, he was shown playing pachinko at a pachinko parlor on the AbemaTV variety show “Time of Chance,” hosted by Chidori, where he said he has recently become addicted to pachinko due to his mother’s influence. He seems to enjoy playing pachinko in his spare time despite his busy schedule.
A few hours later, Fujita updated her Twitter page again.
When I tweeted, “It’s hard to live,” some people said, “Then you should die,” while others said, “Me too,” or “I’m always rooting for you,” and offered kind words of sympathy. It was important for me to let it out.
It was important for me to let it out,” she said.
She has been working in the entertainment industry since she was in elementary school, and since then she has been doing “ego searches” every day, searching her name on social networking services to see what the public thinks of her. He even looks at Yahoo comments and the anonymous message board “2chan”.
He says he is used to it and does not get depressed no matter what is written, but last year he had a breakdown for one day and stopped Ego-Sa, and he said he felt very comfortable. But the next day, she resumed Ego-Sa every day, and in the end, she said she watched everything, even on the days she stopped.
Fujita had been posting “It’s hard to live” since the day before she posted “It’s hard to live.
Fujita had been in the habit of not wanting to be in contact with anyone when stress builds up, and it’s really not a good thing.
I don’t have any room in my heart.
On the night of the 12th, she tweeted that she was “having a hard time living” in Kyoto, Japan.
Then, on the evening of the 12th, after returning home from a location shoot in Kyoto, he tweeted
I have to work tomorrow morning, so I’m going to look at everyone’s comments and get ready for bed. Thank you very much! Thank you very much!
I’m sorry for the work I did yesterday and today, but it’s my job to cheer you up!
I’m getting ready to go to bed while looking at all the rips and stuff from everyone. Even with such a busy schedule, she seems to be stressed about people staring at her when she plays pachinko in between her work and tells her fans, “Don’t talk to me.
It has always been the case that a very successful artist suddenly collapses because he or she is too busy. It is important for them to consult with their managers and save their work if they are in trouble.
While rival young “gyaru” type talents are also rising to prominence, Fujita continues to run in the front group. She may be feeling some pressure in her own way…
PHOTO： Ippei Hara