British Drag Race star Baga Chipz has revealed she is taking a social media hiatus after being criticized for sending the Queen a message of condolence after Prince Philip’s death.
Speaking to Twitter on Friday, the TV personality, 30, explained, “ I’m not in the right mental state for this type of abuse, ” before adding: “ I have never wanted to upset anyone. I saw with my own eyes what loss can do to the elderly and wanted to send love.
She then told fans: ‘I’m from Twitter. I love you all. And be kind to each other. Lots of love.’
Cruel: Drag Race British star Baga Chipz, 30, revealed she was taking a social media hiatus after being criticized for sending the Queen a message of condolence after Prince Philip’s death
Suggesting that she had used up her ‘depression medication’ just when she needed it, the pickup artist told social media users in full: ‘Just when I need it of my depression medication. I’m exhausted. It’s time to take a nap, I think.
‘I just want to apologize if I’m disturbing someone for sending my condolences to the Queen. I didn’t mean to offend anyone. And I send love to everyone.
Baga Chipz further apologized for any infringement she may have caused in a second tweet, explaining ‘[I] I just wanted to send love.
She continued, “ I’m sorry if this offended. I never meant to upset anyone and I apologize. I just saw firsthand what loss can do to the elderly and just wanted to send love.
Baga Chipz clarified his condolence messages “does not mean that I support the person who is deceased”. [sic]
Naughty: Speaking to Twitter on Friday, the TV personality explained, ‘I’m not in the right mental state for this type of abuse’ before adding, ‘I never meant to upset anybody ”
Difficult: Suggesting that she had used up her ‘depression medicine’ when she needed it, the drag artist told social media users: ‘Just when I need my medicine against depression ”
Addressing some of the abusive messages she had received, the star continued, “ All I do is be nice to people and try to make people happy and I’m always the one who gets hurt.
“ I get all these people who don’t even follow me telling me to burn in hell with Philip and Thatcher. I simply sent my condolences to the Queen. Joe Biden did the same.
Concluding his posts, Baga Chipz confirmed, “ I’m from Twitter. I’ll see you all on the road or on TV.
The TV star added: ‘I’m sorry if this offended. I never meant to upset anyone and I apologize. I just saw firsthand what loss can do to the elderly and wanted to send love ‘
“I’m not in the right mental state for this type of abuse, it brings me back to school. I love you all. And be kind to each other. Lots of love.’
Many fans of the Drag Race star rushed to send him kind messages, including: ‘I just tried to show compassion to the Royal Family after Prince Phillip passed away and I was mistreated for that. I don’t know what’s wrong with people anymore.
Another added: ‘Get well Baga and come back and fight. All of your fans are supporting you and don’t let these hateful people win. Take so much time to take care of yourself and your sanity and I’m sure I’m saying on behalf of all of your fans that we’ll be here waiting for you.
Genre: Many fans of the Drag Race star have rushed to send him kind messages, including: ‘I just tried to show compassion to the royal family after Prince Phillip passed away’
A third Twitter user assured Bagga Chipz: “ You haven’t done absolutely nothing wrong, some people just want to make people miserable, nothing better to do with their boring life! ”
It has happened that many celebrities have taken to social media to pay tribute to Prince Philip after the palace announced his passing, revealing in a statement that he had died ‘peacefully’ at Windsor Castle.
The royal family said in a statement: ‘It is with deep sadness that Her Majesty The Queen announces the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
A sad moment: A statement released by Buckingham Palace on Friday revealed the Duke of Edinburgh had died ‘peacefully’ at Windsor Castle at the age of 99 (pictured in 2017)
“Her Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle. Further announcements will be made in due course. The royal family joins people around the world in mourning their loss ”.
Celebrities quickly flooded social media with their own tributes, including presenters Piers Morgan, Susanna Reid and Eamonn Holmes.
The writers of royal drama The Crown said they were ‘deeply saddened’ by the news that His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh has passed away at the age of 99.
A statement said: “ Netflix, Left Bank Pictures, Sony Pictures Television and the production team of The Crown are deeply saddened to learn of the death of The Duke of Edinburgh. Our hearts go out to the Royal Family at this sad time.
Buckingham Palace officials are now preparing for a royal funeral at Windsor Castle in Berkshire, in line with Philip’s wishes, with a military procession also scheduled for London – Covid laws allow this.
Tragic: Buckingham Palace officials are now preparing for a royal funeral at Windsor Castle, Berkshire, in line with Philip’s wishes