As America continues to see a record increase in COVID-19 cases, the Hip Hop community has joined forces to elevate singer Jeremih, who his peers say is battling the virus.
The Chicago singer has been out of social media since October 30 and Saturday November 14, many 50 Cent peers at Chance the Rapper, Hitmaka and many others offered prayers for his recovery from COVID, which has called for it. more. of 243,000 Americans.
“Pray for my boy Jeremih,” 50 wrote on Instagram. “He’s not okay, that covid shit is real,” adding that the “Birthday Sex” singer was currently hospitalized in Chicago in intensive care.
Chance echoed the feelings of 50 years, writing, “Please if you can take a second to pray for my friend Jeremih, he’s like a brother to me and he’s sick right now. I believe in the healing power of Jesus, so if you can for me please say a prayer over him ”
Please if you can take a second to pray for my friend Jeremih he’s like a brother to me and he’s sick right now. I believe in the healing power of Jesus so if you can help me please say a prayer over him
Hitmaka was among the first to call for prayer for Jeremih. The two have previously worked on songs such as “Giv No Fuks” with Migos as well as “Dangerous” with Meek Mill and PnB Rock. “I need everyone to pray for my brother @jeremih,” he wrote. “This message is displayed with the blessings of his mother. ”
In his Instagram Stories he added, “My buddy changed my life he went to pray for @jeremih. We need this energy. Pray for my brother, he’s gone to shake. ”
The 33-year-old singer and one of Hip Hop’s favorite hook picks has released four studio albums, including 2015’s Late Nights which went platinum.
COVID has affected the hip hop community as a whole since the pandemic began in March. New York rapper Fred The Godson died of the virus in April and others such as Scarface, Slim Thug, Tokyo Jetz, Doja Cat and others have tested positive for COVID-19 in recent months.
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