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Rapper Ikechukwu gives update on his health, days after revealing he was bedridden

  • Hours ago, Ikechukwu shared videos documenting his recovery journey on how he tried to stand without crutches and another where he was exercising.
  • This is coming days after Ikechukwu shared his experiences during a Daddy Freeze Instagram live session

Nigerian rapper cum film actor, Ikechukwu Onunaku has shared updates on his health with his fans who have worried about him.

Hours ago, Ikechukwu Onunaku shared videos documenting his recovery journey on how he tried to stand without crutches and another where he was exercising.

The rapper also manifested that slowly but surely he’ll be fully healed in no time.

He captioned the videos:

“Slowly but surely
I will get back walking.
I will touch my toes without bending my knees.
I will feel no sharp stabs in my back or legs.
I will do back flip in February.
All the things I took for granted by letting my rec practices fall off.
Never again as God is my witness and healer.
I dey come

P.s. I will also gain the weight back.”

I can’t move my legs, I am bedridden – Rapper Ikechuckwu opens up to Daddy Freeze

Days back, Ikechukwu shared his experiences during a Daddy Freeze Instagram live session.

The music star opened up about his ordeals during an Instagram Live session with media personality Daddy Freeze.

Ikechukwu said his whole right side is immobilized. He claimed to have been bedridden for a long time and to have been on clutches as well.

In his words:

“Baba I get herniated disc and acute sciatica and it paralyzed my whole right side, lumbar 4 and 5. A whole me can you imagine, na bed wen I don dey since.

“Baba, if you see me, I’m not same person you knew before, the guy who does backflips left and right.

To waka dey pain me. I no fit waka.

“I pulled it on the 17th in the morning, and instead of calming down, I went to a show I was booked for, the following day, I couldn’t get out of bed. After two more days of dealing with the pain, I had to rush to Evercare Hospital around 3 a.m.

“They put drips in both of my hands with painkillers, which only lasted a little bit, and I no won risk my life with Nigerian healthcare again, so I just got a ticket straight to Yankee.”

After his reveal, many took to the comment section to ask how he felt and prayed he was getting better.

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