Anitta is clarifying a terrifying experience she contended completion of 2022.
The Brazilian super star exposed to InStyle today that she had actually been seeing the medical facility for “months” with a cancer cells scare, with anxiety being sustained by medical professionals having a hard time to determine what was incorrect. “I had problems in my lungs, I had a cancer [scare]. I spent months in the hospital. Nobody could figure out what I had,” she described, keeping in mind that she took numerous examinations without any outcome.
Eventually, she looked for spiritual therapy from a witch doctor advised to her, as well as the recovery she got there functioned. “I came back completely changed,” she described, including that when the medical professionals ran extra examinations, she was recovered.
Her brand-new track “Used to Be” was birthed as an outcome of the psychological experience, as she leans right into her “bitch” character that “destroys hearts” in the process. “I used to be a hoe, but now I ain’t no more / Been swimmin’ through the water, now I’m back to shore / I look at who I did and I’m like, ‘Oh, my lord,’” she sings in the opening lines of the track.
Anitta did the track at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards on Tuesday (Sept. 12), in addition to “Funk Rave,” both of which are included on her most recent launch, Funk Generation: A Favela Love Story. “Being an international artist is not only about being famous wherever you go, because the world is so big,” Anitta told Billboard in 2015. “It’s about being able to impact culturally different areas at the same time.”