VIDEOS – Naya Fácil reveals the reason for her disappearance after resigning from Win or Serve?

VIDEOS – Naya Fácil reveals the reason for her disappearance after resigning from Win or Serve?
VIDEOS – Naya Fácil reveals the reason for her disappearance after resigning from Win or Serve?

Over the weekend, Channel 13 confirmed that the influencer will not be part of the confinement in Peru.

After being missing for a few days, Naya Easy She opened up through her social networks about the reasons that led her to resign from the new reality show. Win or Serve?

The influencer caused great concern over the weekend, after making several stories on her Instagram that left all her followers uneasy.

However, early Monday morning, Naya appeared again, and explained what led her to distance herself from the media and withdraw from the Channel 13 program.

“I realized that I am an unstable person, more than I thought.” (…) I had a terrible breakdown, I tried to do many things, but it was not the option,” the 26-year-old began by saying.


“I think I need help, it’s more serious than I thought kids. That’s why I’m with a psychiatrist and a psychologist,” she said.

Naya Facil’s reason for leaving: Win or Serve?

Regarding his disappearance, Naya Easy explained: “They recommended that I distance myself from social networks, because I reached a point where I was no longer there with anything.. “Life is very beautiful and it can’t end that way.”

Along the same lines, the influencer emphasized: “Depression is a very complex issue. “You can be smiling day by day, dealing with a lot of things, but I didn’t deal with a lot of childhood trauma.”

Finally, Naya Fácil added that she felt very sad for disappearing and took the opportunity to apologize to all the people who cared about her.

“It took me a lot to show my face. For the first time in a long time, I said: Naya, prioritize yourself. “My mistake was that I started reading a lot of comments,” said the young woman.

 
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