What’s Going On With LaKeith Stanfield? Should We Be Worried?

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People have been very worried about LaKeith Stanfield after he posted a bunch of very worrying Instagram posts.

However, it seems as though he’s OK – according to his PR agency at least…

What happened was really odd and we still don’t have any real explanation as to what went on with LaKeith’s Instagram.

The actor,who’s best known for roles in films like Get Out, Sorry to Bother You and Knives Out, did eventually reveal that he’s “OK” after posting a series of worrying videos and captions on Instagram.

Fans saw the posts and called for someone to look in on the actor as it was feared that he might be a suicide risk.

He’s since deleted the videos in which he appears to pour alcohol into a pill bottle with a label for carvedilol.

That is what’s known as a ‘beta blocker’ used to treat high blood pressure.

According to multiple sources, the video was captioned: “I like to be by myself because i can hurt myself and no one tells me to stop or fakes like they care.”

Is Lakeith Stanfield OK?

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LaKeith then shared another video with the caption: “Reality is boring and moves too slowly and no one is trustworthy.”

He then posted a third video which showed the pill bottle again.

This bottle had his name on the prescription label, and the caption read: “bottoms up.”

These posts got people very worried, including Patton Oswald.

His PR team then took to Instagram to reveal that LaKeith was well.

They wrote: “Everyone! LaKeith is well. Thank you for the concern. We have spoken to him. The love you all have is appreciated.”

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