Singer Duffy comes out bold giving details of her chilling past on her website duffywords.com.Few months back during the February; the singer revealed the shocking news of how she was drugged, kidnapped and raped. However, she did not go into many details and said that she would ultimately open up once she is ready.
This Sunday the singer poured her heart out via a blog. She reached out to the world, saying her story contains grief and sorrow. Her story is not suitable for the current timing as the world is battling the virus. However, it will be a great eye-opener to the people who have suffered a similar fate as of her.
The Singer Pours Her Heart Out:
Earlier this year Duffy revealed that she kept herself away from the limelight for she had a harrowing experience of rape and Kidnap. The singer recently took to her blog to post the details of her ordeal in 3600 words. The post includes details of her agony and her road uphill. She explains how she distanced herself from the music industry, friends as well as her family.
Duffy posted the words penned down by her a few days before. She is now tired of hiding and running away, and she is felling burden-free. It made her feel lonely. She further admits that by not speaking out, the story had got intimate to her as her companion. She no longer wanted to feel that way, and she wanted to be free.
The singer also shares her thoughts of approaching human rights to change her name and disappear to a different country. Duffy also admits that she was quite sceptical regarding her return to the music industry as she had a fear of being questioned about her whereabouts.
The Singer Is All Praise For Her Psychologist:
The singer went out to recount her ordeal of how she was drugged and kidnapped and deported to a foreign country. She was kept in a hotel room by the perpetrator and was repeatedly raped. Moreover, she couldn’t gather the courage to run away as she feared being tracked down again.
The singer expressed her gratitude to her psychologist, who played a forceful role in her recovery. The singer recalls how she had turned suicidal post her ordeal. She concluded her essay, saying she wanted to leave the decade behind and wants to be in peace.