deadmau5 says he's "heading in the right direction" following his social media hiatus
Just a few weeks in the past, deadmau5 took to Twitter to publicly apologize for making quite a lot of offensive feedback and introduced his plans to go "off the radar" as a way to take time and work on himself.
The social media hiatus and the conclusion that he was "in want assist" got here after a Twitch video of the artist surfaced by which he describes one in all EDM producer Slushii's songs as "AIDS music" and goes on to name the observe "significantly autistic shit."
Slushii took to Twitter to confess to his followers that he's in actual fact on the autism spectrum and that he discovered the video "very disappointing." He went on to say how he has "all the time seemed as much as deadmau5" and went on to name him out for utilizing his "platform to deliver others down."
The assertion struck a chord with the mau5trap boss, who apologized later that day and introduced that he can be taking time away from social media and searching for out assist to work on his personal psychological well being points which trigger him to lash out at others on public boards.
With quite a lot of reveals confirmed in Germany and the UK forward of this announcement, many followers remained not sure whether or not or not this retreat from the general public eye would find yourself affecting his upcoming dates - together with a Printworks showcase that can mark his first return to London in 4 years.
Today, deadmau5 took to Twitter for the primary time in weeks to announce that he's "heading in the right direction" and "feeling higher," though he is not able to return to social media simply but.
He assured his followers that his European reveals would nonetheless be taking place and stated that he is handed over his log-ins over to his administration who can be updating the deadmau5 social pages with ongoing tour data. You can learn his full assertion beneath.
In different deadmau5 associated information, the multi-faceted artist just lately launched his personal mau5trap radio present on Sirius XM and has wrapped up scoring the forthcoming motion noir Netflix thriller, Polar.