Rebecca Black becomes instant hero with inspiring message on the anniversary of 'Friday'

James Besanvalle
Tuesday 11 February 2020 08:45
(Rebecca Black)

Rebecca Black has a lot of thoughts on the ninth anniversary of her viral song "Friday".

The 22-year-old American YouTuber shot to fame nine years ago (when she was just 13!) after she released the absolute bop featuring hit lyrics like:

It's Friday, Friday – gotta get down on Friday! Everybody's lookin' forward to the weekend, weekend

Ugh, her mind.

And now she's reflecting on everything that happened since, including getting 'food thrown at her' at school, depression, trying to get into the music industry and what she's learned from countless knockbacks.

She also posted the glow up of all glow ups, rocking knee-high red boots and a short new do.

She tweeted:

It didn't take long for fans and admirers to show their love for the one true queen of the internet today.

Ever since "Friday" dropped, Rebecca's made a name for herself as a YouTube star and influencer.

She's previously released songs like "Anyway", "Heart Full of Scars" and "My Moment" – all without a music label.

Within the space of just seven hours, her original tweet gained more than 150,000 likes on Twitter, so she posted an update thanking everyone for their support.


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