The singer released the music video for her new single Inferno last week on Friday, August 13.
Poarch included a trigger warning in the comment section of Inferno’s music video, where she came forward as a victim of sexual assault.
“As a victim of sexual assault, this song and video mean a lot to me. This is something I haven’t been ready to share with you just yet,” Poarch said.
The singer then went on to explain what the Inferno video means in relation to her experiences.
“I decided to express myself by creating a song and video with Sub Urban based on how I wished my experience went. It’s a fantasy I wish was true,” she said.
Poarch, who has over 68 million followers on TikTok originally rose to fame when she created a video reacting to popular grime song ‘Soph Asping Send’ while using the face zoom filter.
The video went viral amassing over 32 million likes and sparked a face zoom trend on the popular video sharing platform.
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