Camila Cabello will not allow her work to negatively affect her mental health
The 24-year-old singer began her musical career as a member of the band Fifth Harmony, which was formed in the American version of the “X Factor” program in 2012. After nearly a decade of work in show business, the star has learned to put her mental health and herself first.
Speaking about her work, she confessed: “If my job is having a negative effect on my mental health, I say ‘no’ and I do it differently.”
Camila, who made her acting debut, playing the title character in Kay Cannon’s film. “Cinderella,” she also talked about the love she receives from her fans and admitted that she felt their support on social media every time her figure is criticized.
In an interview with a new issue of HUNGER magazine, she said: “Then there are pictures of my belly and then there is a community of women who listen when I talk about how it makes me feel and who supports me. It’s so liberating. ”
The creator of the hit “Don’t Go Yet”, which is in connection with Shawn Mendes, is preparing to release her third solo album “Familia” and confessed that Billie Eilish’s latest album “Happier Than Ever” was a huge inspiration for her.
Camila, who was photographed for HUNGER by Max Montgomery, said: “I heard Billie say, ‘I wasn’t scared, no one was forcing me, I didn’t feel pressure, it was just fun. I feel the same way about working on my new album. “