She also didn't keep her thoughts about 'cancel culture' and criticism in social media.
The 25 year old singer rocketed to fame and becoming a worldwide popstar came with a price: bullying and criticism, especially in social media.
“I experienced a sh*t tonne at the end of my first record", she confessed in a recent interview with Attitude magazine. Also, she revealed that it gave her anxiety, made her upset and made her "feel like [she] wasn’t good enough".
Mean comments online challenged her at the poing that they started messing with her mental health: "I’d go on stage and if somebody was filming me, in my head, I wasn’t, like, ‘Oh, they’re filming me because they want to keep it.’ I was like, ‘They’re going to film it so they can laugh at me or something.”
Although the 'Physical' singer went to a hard time, this kind of situations helped her get a rougher skin: "It was a tough time, but I’m also so grateful for the experience because I became so much stronger. I became so much more confident after that."
Cancel culture is dangerous and toxic
Lipa also talked against the 'cancel culture' and commented that "there should be a communal understanding that people make mistakes". "I think there is so much judgement and meanness… cancel culture is so dangerous and toxic", she confessed.