“To be known around the world for this thing that isn’t really me, it was just like: What the hell am I doing?” Jennette continued. “How do I find myself when I’m 19 and I’ve been famous for all the years that I usually stumble when I find myself, but I’m known for one thing that I’m not. It was easy so – “good”, I think, is not a word that is too intense. “
The former star of Netflix Furthermore went on to share that her representation, including agents and managers, was trying to dissuade her from saying goodbye to acting.
“Everyone around me advised me not to do it and told me not to throw this away and that I’m crazy to want it, so this was his own rebirth,” added Jennette. “‘How can you walk away from that? Are you kidding, do you have any idea how many people want you?’ But it didn’t matter. I didn’t want it – I didn’t agree. And going away was really difficult, but it was something I had to do for my sanity and general peace, and it was difficult. I didn’t know what to do with myself when I ran out of things that always dictated my identity. “
Ultimately, she found that she felt “a million times better” when she stopped “living that lie”.