Bebe Rexha Reveals Bipolar Diagnosis: 'I'm Not Ashamed Anymore'

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 10: Bebe Rexha attends the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images)

Bebe Rexha took to Twitter Monday, telling fans that she finally feels free enough to share that she suffers from bipolar disorder.

"For the longest time, I didn’t understand why I felt so sick," she wrote. "Why I felt lows that made me not want to leave my house or be around people and why I felt highs that wouldn’t let me sleep, wouldn’t let me stop working or creating music. Now I know why."

Bebe Rexha on Twitter

For the longest time, I didn't understand why I felt so sick. Why I felt lows that made me not want to leave my house or be around people and why I felt highs that wouldn't let me sleep, wouldn't let me stop working or creating music. Now I know why.

"I’m bipolar and I’m not ashamed anymore. That is all. (Crying my eyes out.)," the singer added.

Bebe Rexha on Twitter

I'm bipolar and I'm not ashamed anymore. That is all. (Crying my eyes out.)

Bebe Rexha on Twitter

This next album will be favorite album ever because I'm not holding anything back. I love you all very much. And I hope you accept me as I am.

"I don’t want you to feel sorry for me," she added. "I just want you to accept me. That’s all. Love you."

Bebe Rexha on Twitter

I don't want you to feel sorry for me. I just want you to accept me. That's all. Love you.

She also shared the post on Instagram, writing the caption "honesty is a form of self love."

Self-care definitely seems like a priority for the singer, who just the day before, shared that she was trying not to focus on being competitive about the charts and her popularity.

Good morning. Just wanted to say thank you. Just because.

224k Likes, 4,510 Comments - Bebe Rexha (@beberexha) on Instagram: "Good morning. Just wanted to say thank you. Just because."

"Today I'm grateful for all my fans and all the people who supported me," she said.