Jeremih Testifies About Surviving Covid-19

Jeremih is the latest testament that prayer changes things. Just a few weeks ago the musician was hospitalized in critical condition with a “grim” prognosis but the singer ended up doing a 360 degree upward turnaround and has been released home. Jeremih has lived to tell his story and isn’t hesitating to do so after enduring a recovery that spanned more than a monthlong. On Tuesday the R&B singer-songwriter appeared on “Sway In The Morning” saying “What I can say is, it definitely is real,” in regards to the respiratory virus. “I didn’t take it for granted. And truth be told…I’m a living, walking testimony. I was really down bad for the last month and a half while I was in there. You know, I don’t even remember the day I went in. That’s how messed up I was. Jeremih further detailed his hospital stay to the best of his remembrance stating “I had the tube down my throat for about a week and a half. I was really like, in a dream. And I ain’t gonna lie, I woke up about two times and all I remember is just seeing a white light.” The Chicago born singer also revealed that he was diagnosed with a multisystem inflammatory syndrome which was a result of covid-19 but is rare which caused “all” of his organs to become “inflamed.” He recalled the near death experience sharing how his “heart went out, stopped beating and started beating irregularly. My kidneys went out. My liver started…to go bad. Mind you, I didn’t know what was going on at the time I was out.” The “Planez” artist spoke about his recovery and how he relearned to “walk again, eat, all that stuff.” Jeremih’s loved ones reported his discharge from Chicago’s Northwestern Memorial Hospital in early
December. The iHeartRadio award winner sent praises up saying “THANK GOD I’M STILL HERE.” Are you happy he’s on the mend but selfishly hoping for a Valentines Day single?

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