Shortly after a TMZ report stated she had been hospitalized after a potential seizure, Brandy sent her fans a health update.
The 43-year-old Grammy Award-winning singer did not confirm allegations that she had been hospitalized but stated on Wednesday that she was recovering from malnutrition and dehydration.
“To my beloved fam, friends, and starz, thank you for sending love and light my way. I am following doctors’ orders and getting the rest I need due to dehydration and low amounts of nutrition,” she wrote. “Thank you for your prayers and support. Grateful for you all, see you soon.”
~Brandy Shares Update After Report of Hospitalization, Says She's 'Following Doctors' Orders'~ https://t.co/ETYpWLv7M2— Snooper-Scope (@Snooper_Scope) October 13, 2022
After a report that Brandy Norwood had to be hospitalized, the singer and actress shared an update on her Instagram while thanking her friends and family… pic.twitter.com/h8IvPwBqPp
According to TMZ, the celebrity was admitted to a hospital in Los Angeles on Tuesday following what might have been a seizure, but she is now on the mend with her parents by her side.
Brandy’s recent appearances and performances
At the 2022 BET Awards in June, Brandy made an unexpected appearance. She joined Jack Harlow on stage for a remix of his number-one single “First Class.”
After Harlow appeared on the radio show Hot 97 and discovered live that Brandy and Ray J were siblings, the unusual collaboration resulted.
“Brandy and Ray J are siblings? Nobody’s ever told me that in my life. Nobody’s ever told me that,” Harlow told hosts Ebro Darden, Laura Stylez and Peter Rosenberg. “Y’all got a good clip off that one. Ray J and Brandy are siblings? I had no idea, bruh.”
After a video of the interview went viral, Brandy herself responded by writing that she “will murk this dude in rap at 43 on his own beats and then sing [his] ass to sleep.”
“See, I can have a little fun too,” she wrote in a follow-up tweet. “hehe…all love.”
Later, she debuted a freestyle single on the same radio broadcast, rapping lines over the melody of Harlow’s hit song “First Class.”