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Comedian Donald Glover found his breakout role in the NBC comedy “Community”, a show based on the strange on goings at a community college. Glover has had a highly successful career where he acted as a writer for the extremely popular show “30 Rock.” He went on to build a big resume of writing for films, albums, TV shows and mix tapes. He even released the first track of his album entitled “Because of the Internet.” However, the actor released a disturbing message on Instagram that had some of his fans worried.
In the noted the actor expressed all of his fears and insecurities about the future. The letters contained the following sentence: “I feel like I’m letting everyone down. I’m afraid people will hate who I really am. I’m afraid I hate who I really am. I’m afraid I’m here for nothing. I feel that this will feel pretentious.”
The confessions continued to get more and more personal as the letter continued. “I’m afraid people will think I hate my race. I’m afraid people think I hate women. I hate people can say anything. I hate caring what people think. I’m afraid there’s someone better for you or me.”
Some of the notes take a slightly humorous tone, but that doesn’t mean there were any less disturbing. “I’m afraid this is all an accident. I’m scared I’ll be Tyrese. I’m afraid Ian Harmon hates me. I’m scared I won‘t know anything ever again. I’m scared I never knew anything. I’m afraid I’ll regret this. I’m afraid it doesn’t matter at all.”
Glover talked about some things said about him and how he feels about them: “I didn’t leave community to rap. I don’t wanna rap. I wanted to be on my own.”
The rapper ended the letter saying that it’s ok to grow up whenever you want to.