Armaan Malik (Photo Credit: Twitter)
Singer Armaan Malik left his 8 million followers in surprise after he deleted all the Instagram posts on Tuesday. Armaan erased every single post, his display picture and even his bio. Soon after deleting the posts, the singer shared a cryptic post that read, "I can't take it anymore."
His followers were instantly worried after reading the cryptic message. Please don't do this," asked a concerned fan. "Did you just delete everything? Don't worry too much. Everything sorts itself out with time," wrote another user. A third user commented, ''Dp bhi black @armaanmalik u mah sunshine yar.. u r the biggest reason behind mah smile... Jbtk aapke pics na dekhu din nhi gujrata (my days don’t go by until I see your pictures).... Plz dnt do like this plz.''
However, the singer took to Twitter to reassure his fans and asked them to not worry about him. "Time reveals everything, don't worry," he wrote.
Time reveals everything, don’t worry.— ARMAAN MALIK (@ArmaanMalik22) March 11, 2020
Last year, in an interview to Pinkvilla, Armaan Malik opened up about battling depression and revealed that when he came out of his low phase, he unfollowed a few people on social media. "Heartbreaks does not happen only in terms of love, your heart can be broken and be sad for a number of things. I was also going through a number of things emotionally and work-wise. I felt 2018 was not that great year for me which is why I started travelling, just spending some time alone, just trying to explore things. I am working since the age of 9 and I feel that somewhere I haven't enjoyed my life much. I think a lot of it stems from social media when you see other people posting," he told the publication and added: "After I got out of the low phase, I unfollowed people I did not want to see on a daily basis... The only place I feel I will get love is my fans."
Armaan, who was one of the finalists of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L’il Champs in 2006, is the younger brother of composer Amaal Malik. He has sung in a number of Bollywood films, including M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story, Baaghi and Kabir Singh.