David Friend, Canadian Press
Posted on Wednesday November 28th, 2018 at 20:23 EST
Last updated on Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at 20:24 EST
TORONTO – Alessia Cara suddenly came back on social media, claiming that she did not want unpleasant comments to prevent her from interacting with her fans.
The 22-year-old singer from Brampton, Ontario, posted on her Twitter account Wednesday night, calling her short breakout of the platform the "shortest break ever recorded."
A little more than a day earlier, the Grammy-award winning pop artist announced that she was taking a break on Twitter and Instagram, claiming that she needed "some time" messages sometimes vicious that unknown people sent him.
His decision was accompanied by screenshots of his Twitter account showing users criticizing his appearance and shooting him obscenities.
Cara's release was brief, which she acknowledged was partly due to the release of her new album "The Pains of Growing" on Friday.
"It would not be fair to let you hang during the time of the album," wrote Cara to her fans on Twitter.
"You've always shown me and I want to do it for you, do not let this period be tarnished by my sensitivity to the blows to my ego, I want to give a better example than that."
Cara expressed surprise that her decision to temporarily leave Twitter and Instagram has attracted as much attention as she has done.
"I am taking my own steps to navigate this strange thing called the Internet, in the hope of being able to maintain a healthier and more positive environment for you and for me. I hope you will do the same," he said. she added.