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CHICAGO - Alarming messages sent from Chicago rapper Cupcakke's social media accounts Monday night have sparked a flurry of tweets from worried musicians, friends and fans.
"Im (sic) about to commit suicide," read one tweet posted by the "Quiz" rapper's verified Twitter account just before 8 p.m. EST.
im about to commit suicide— Marilyn MonHOE (@CupcakKe_rapper) January 8, 2019
Less than an hour later, the 21-year-old's Instagram account shared a screenshot of the tweet with the caption, "Thank you for everything y'all have done for me. I really appreciate it."
According to one friend, comedian Elijah Daniel, Chicago police conducted a wellness check on Cupcakke, whose legal name is Elizabeth Harris.
"Police not able to give me anymore details other than Elizabeth is OKAY and at the hospital," he tweeted about 2 a.m. EST Tuesday.
UPDATE: Chicago Police got to Elizabeth’s place and she has been taken to a hospital. I don’t have any further information beyond that, but will update when i do.— elijah daniel (@elijahdaniel) January 8, 2019
ive never felt so relieved and sad at the same time, @CupcakKe_rapper i love you more than you’ll ever know. you’re one of the sweetest souls ive ever had the pleasure of knowing, and you’re not leaving us. we won’t let it happen.— elijah daniel (@elijahdaniel) January 8, 2019
UPDATE: Police not able to give me anymore details other than Elizabeth is OKAY and at the hospital 💜 https://t.co/FVZgFxzn7y— elijah daniel (@elijahdaniel) January 8, 2019
Meanwhile, Cupcakke's despondent posts received thousands of replies expressing support for the rapper.
"Sending love to @CupcakKe_rapper," fellow rapper Iggy Azalea tweeted. "I understand how hopeless and overwhelmed with negativity we can sometimes feel. I hope you'll take some time with those that really know YOU best; then when you're ready come back stronger than ever!"
Sending love to @CupcakKe_rapper ❤️— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) January 8, 2019
I understand how hopeless and overwhelmed with negativity we can sometimes feel.
I hope you'll take some time with those that really know YOU best;
then when you're ready come back stronger than ever!
"You are such a beautiful and wonderful person and we simply cannot lose you," British singer Charli XCX wrote.
"Keep living," comedian Kathy Griffin tweeted. "You got the stuff & we got your back."
No ma’am, not on our watch. Keep living. You got the stuff & we got your back❤️👏❤️— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) January 8, 2019
As of 5 a.m. EST Tuesday, neither Cupcakke nor her management company had publicly released a statement about the incident.