Singer Sinead O’Connor has announced that she has canceled her upcoming tour dates to enter a ‘one-year program for trauma and addiction’ starting next week.
The Irish singer, 53, took to Twitter to reveal her news on Tuesday, after saying she had ‘lost someone beloved’ and had endured a ‘traumatic six years.’
Sinead admitted she has been ‘addicted to weed for 34 years’ but ‘became briefly addicted’ to a different drug following her loss.
She will be postponing her performances, except for her dates in Ireland, until 2022.
Sinead uses two Twitter accounts, one managing her professional business with a politician blue tick and another under her Islamic moniker Shuhanda Sadaqat, which she wont to make the announcement.
Apologizing to her fans during a heartfelt statement, she penned: ‘Message for people who have tickets for next year’s shows: those shows are being postponed until 2022 so that I’ll enter a 1-year trauma and addiction treatment program because I had a traumatic six years and this year was the top of it but now recovery starts.’ Visit Here To Read the latest Celebrity, business articles.
She continued: ‘This year I lost someone beloved and has affected me so badly that I became briefly hooked into a drug aside from weed.