Shocking news has emerged that R&B singer Jeremih has been hospitalized, and the prognosis isn't said to be good...
This week, more light has been shed on the star's health...And it's not looking good.
Friends and fans alike are extremely concerned...And now, sources close to the singer have revealed more about the terrifying situation.
Now, Jeremy Phillip Felton - aka Jeremih - rose to fame following his debut single "Birthday Sex."The single peaked at number 4 on the US Billboard Chart and remains a favorite among R&B fans.
But the star's musical talent emerged long before 2009.Born in Chicago, the singer began playing drums at the age of 3. It didn't just stop at the drums either, as Jeremih is also able to play the saxophone, several percussion instruments and piano/keyboards.
The star was also extremely academic.So much so, that his achievements enabled him to graduate from a high school a year early.
After spending a semester at the university studying engineering science, he opted to change his studies to something related to music...Going on to transfer to Columbia College Chicago in 2007 to pursue a degree in music business.
While at college, he struck up a partnership with producer Mick Schultz.The pair closely collaborated on material that would later come together to form the star's debut album.
Following the success of slow jam "Birthday Sex"...His debut, self-titled album hit the charts, peaking at number 6 on the Billboard 200.
A year later, Jeremih issued his follow-up, All About You.Just like the former, the album was produced by Schultz and spawned a top 10 hit with "Down on Me" featuring 50 Cent.
5 years passed before the star dropped his third album...But it was certainly worth the wait, with the mixtape giving us the smash hit single "Don't Tell 'Em."
The star has hardly pulled a disappearing act, though...
But this week, some shocking news emerged about the singer.Word that the star was struggling with his health began circling around social media among celebs and fans alike, but now a source close to the situation has spoken out.
Please if you can take a second to pray for my friend Jeremih, he is like a brother to me and he’s ill right now. I… https://t.co/fd4SCTm67f— Chance The Rapper (@Chance The Rapper)1605381788.0
pray for my boy Jeremih he’s not doing good this covid shit is real. 🙏🏿 https://t.co/o7eWGAfZJM— 50cent (@50cent)1605382497.0
why is 2020 trying to take Jeremih too https://t.co/u6CVJaSfmn— Ezra (@Ezra)1605383190.0
Praying for my dawg @Jeremih— Wale (@Wale)1605394377.0
Keeping Jeremih in my prayers.— Toni Braxton (@Toni Braxton)1605398668.0
Pray Jeremih pull thru 🙏🏾— Que (@Que)1605477163.0
All my love, light, and prayers are with my sweet brother @Jeremih right now. Everyone keep the prayers coming and… https://t.co/SEGtLPV1kH— Amber Borzotra 👁🦋👁 (@Amber Borzotra 👁🦋👁)1605383660.0