“I’ve been at war with my mind for too long. So hostile. Must I dare to go on”

Former Union J boybander, George Shelley has sparked concern from some of his fans after publishing a social post saying he was “at war with his mind”.

He wrote, “I’ve been at war with my mind for too long. So hostile. Must I dare to go on? I told Him, He listened. He felt it, it hit Him. My new friend, I think I’ll write Him a song”.

The message was met with supportive messages from his fans, although were concerned for his mental wealth.

One commenter offered an ear for the star to offload to, while another urged George to “go on and be strong”.

Another commented “your recent posts seem like u hav much on your mind…its good to talk”

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Earlier in March he wrote, “2018 so far has been full of important first step’s as I prepare myself take a brave leap of faith. I can feel life nudging me, pushing me forwards, and I feel so many adventures awaiting after feeling so lost and confused for so long.

In 2017 George’s sister, Harriet, died suddenly in a car accident and wrote that he could never “accept” she was gone.

In 2016 he split from his band, Union J  to focus on a presenting career in radio, in 2017 he was dropped by Capital Radio as a Breakfast presenter after 14 months in the job.