LaKeith Stanfield says he’s OK after alarming movies

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LaKeith Stanfield says he is OK after alarming videos

Actor LaKeith Stanfield has launched a press release reassuring the general public that he’s OK after a sequence of Instagram movies prompted many to fret about his well-being.

On Monday night time, the “Get Out” and “Sorry to Bother You” star posted a number of alarming clips and captions suggesting potential self-harm. After a number of individuals expressed concern on social media, Stanfield’s publicity group — and later Stanfield himself — confirmed he was not in peril.

“I’m ok everyone!” Stanfield mentioned on Instagram early Tuesday morning. “I appreciate everyone checking in on me but I’m good. Im not harming myself. Much love.”

“I apologize for making you worry,” he added within the caption.

One of many movies — which have since been deleted — featured Stanfield pouring alcohol right into a bottle for beta blocker capsules (used to deal with hypertension) with the caption, “I like to be by myself because i can hurt myself and no one tells me to stop or fakes like they care.”

Three further posts that includes the tablet bottle had been captioned “Reality is boring and moves too slow and no one is trustworthy,” “Outside is crazy imma just stay inside [from] now on” and “Bottoms up.”

A number of within the leisure neighborhood and past — together with actors Janelle Monáe, Michael B. Jordan and Kendrick Sampson — despatched like to Stanfield upon his newest Instagram replace. Platform PR, which represents Stanfield, additionally tweeted a press release after comic Patton Oswalt and others voiced concern for his security on Twitter.

“Everyone! LaKeith is well,” the corporate tweeted. “Thank you for the concern. We have spoken to him. The love you all have is appreciated.”

Extra of Stanfield’s credit embrace “Atlanta,” “Uncut Gems,” “Knives Out” and most not too long ago, “The Photograph,” reverse Issa Rae. Up subsequent, he stars as FBI informant William O’Neal alongside Daniel Kaluuya’s Fred Hampton within the extremely anticipated “Judas and the Black Messiah.”

When you or somebody you realize is exhibiting warning indicators of suicide, search assist from knowledgeable and name the Nationwide Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-TALK (8255).


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