A health update was provided by Al B. Sure!, who stated, “I’m alive, awake, and on the mend.”
Albert Joseph Brown IV, the son of R&B legend Al B. Sure!, announced on the weekend that his father had been hospitalised for a period of two months but has since made a full recovery in a post that he made on social media over the weekend.
“I’m a lot better now, and I’m ready to get back to doing what I love! It’s high time you got your act together, pop!! We have a tonne of work to do!!!! And nations to travel across! I am grateful to all of you for your care and anxiety for my family.
Even though today is my day, I want to dedicate this to my parents! The only thing I want for him is for him to get released from that f*cking hospital! We need you, big homie!!”
On Halloween, the legend broke his quiet on Twitter in response to earlier rumours that he had been in a coma for some time.
“To my family on 107.5 WBLS, I offer a profound and heartfelt thank you for your prayers. I am conscious, still alive, and making progress in my recovery. Respectfully obedient thanks!… In the near future, I will discuss further aspects of my health journey in order to inspire all of us to maintain our current levels of health and fitness.
According to Yahoo News, Al B. Sure! has been keeping his followers and admirers up to date on his situation for some time now, explaining his fight with his weight as well as a “gallbladder issue, obstruction, toxic internal problems, and his struggle with his weight.”
In the year 2020, he posted a video online showing the tubes being removed from his abdomen. Recently, he spoke with his followers and supporters by sending them a note and uploading a picture during his time in the hospital.
“A magnificent ascent…
As I go through this medical process, I would like to begin by expressing my deepest gratitude to everyone who is thinking of me, praying for me, and sending positive energy my way.
It is a novel feeling to start each day with monitors, wires, and machinery assisting in maintaining your stability. I’ve recently gained a profoundly humbling and profound appreciation for the doctors, registered nurses, and nurses who work on the front lines… around the clock, ensuring that everything is in working order”
In the meantime, let’s remember the R&B legend in our prayers as much as we always have. To round off the first week of November, we don’t require any other depressing news.