Halsey appeared to reach out to Kanye West Monday night amid concerns about the rapper’s mental health.

The singer spoke out about her own battle with bipolar disorder after West shared numerous now-deleted posts about his wife, his family and celebrities including Anna Wintour and Shia LaBeouf.

Halsey wrote, “Personal opinions about someone aside, a manic episode isn’t a joke. If you can’t offer understanding or sympathy, offer your silence.

“Taking this opportunity to make offensive remarks and vilify people with mental illnesses is really not the way to go,” she continued. “This is the exact triggering s**t that causes people to keep quiet about it.”

Halsey added:

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Also sharing his thoughts on West was former “Glee” star Kevin McHale. “It’s easy to laugh and make jokes at something we don’t personally have to confront,” he wrote, “but it’s also just as easy to have empathy for struggle because we all have had to confront that.”

Jamie Lynn Spears, younger sister of Britney Spears, reposted Halsey’s tweet on Instagram, writing, “If you deal with mental illness or care for someone dealing with mental illness, then you know how important it is to respect the situation with privacy for the person, and the family trying to protect their loved ones, no matter how it may appear to the public, and as the public we must learn to do the same.”

Demi Lovato weighed in with a series of tweets, asking people on social media to have some compassion.

 

West later shared a video on Twitter of himself, comedian Dave Chappelle and others, thanking Chappelle for “hopping on a jet to come see me doing well.”

“Brotherhood is real. Love is real,” says Chappelle in the video.

West also shared another video on Twitter, thanking “88 MNOP FOR JOINING ME AT OUR RANCH IN CODY” and adding ” IT’S SO GOOD TO HAVE REAL ONES AROUND”:

West, who announced he was running for president earlier this month, revealed he’d been diagnosed with bipolar disorder as he released his album Ye back in 2018.

If you or someone you know is in crisis and needs help, resources are available. In case of an emergency, please call 911 for immediate help.

The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention, Depression Hurts and Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868 all offer ways of getting help if you, or someone you know, may be suffering from mental health issues.