The R&B singer was diagnosed with coronavirus and placed in ICU on a ventilator in November.
Grammy-nominated artist Jeremih is reportedly heading home after battling a serious case of COVID-19. His friend and collaborator Chance The Rapper shared an update with fans.
On Thursday (Dec. 3), Chance updated Jeremih’s fans in a series of tweets saying that he had spoken to the “Don’t Tell ‘Em” singer “for the first time in almost a month.” And that he was scheduled to be released from the hospital later this week.
“I am filled with praise right,” Chance wrote on Twitter. “We give all glory to the father in Jesus name.”
“Thank you to the medical staff at northwestern and thank you to everyone who held him up in prayer even when it seemed so grim,” Chance continued. “We are a testimony.”
BET previously reported on the TMZ news report of Jeremih’s COVID diagnosis in mid-November where he was placed on a ventilator and admitted to the ICU. 50 Cent, Chance the Rapper and producer Hitmaka, were just a few artists that sent out prayers on social media the R&B singer.
In a statement published to Variety on Nov. 19, Jeremih’s agent reported that he was taken off the ventilator, but he was still considered to be in critical condition and would remain in the ICU. On Nov. 21, the R&B singer’s family confirmed that was successfully transferred out of ICU and released a statement about his road to recovery.
“He will spend the rest of his recovery time in a regular hospital room,” they said in a statement to Entertainment Tonight. “The true healing begins. Thank you all for your prayers and wishes.”