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Jeremih: Musicians send well wishes to Covid-hit rapper

Jeremih: Musicians send well


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50 Cent and Chance The Rapper have sent get well messages to rapper Jeremih following reports he has been admitted to clinic with Covid-19.

“Petition God for my kid Jeremih he’s not doing acceptable,” tweeted 50 Cent on Saturday,

Chance The Rapper admonished his fans to appeal to God for the 33-year-old, saying he was “like a sibling”, while Ne-Yo said he was sending “supplications of solidarity”.

Conceived Jeremy Phillip Felton, Jeremih is most popular for his 2009 introduction track Birthday Sex.

As per reports he is as of now on a ventilator in an ICU (emergency unit) his local city of Chicago.

Vocalist Toni Braxton, rapper Big Sean and entertainer Emmy Rossum were among others to post messages of concern.

50 Cent, otherwise known as Curtis Jackson, later posted an update saying his companion was “responsive” and “improving”.

50 Cent showed up on Jeremih’s 2010 track Down On Me, which arrived at number 30 in the UK singles diagram.

Different singles to graph in the UK incorporate Don’t Tell Them, his 2014 joint effort with YG, which arrived at number five.

The next year he made it to number two as a highlighted craftsman on Natalie La Rose’s track Somebody.

His creation and songwriting credits incorporate Braxton’s 2020 track Gotta Move On and Rihanna’s 2016 tune Woo.