“Friend of Mine” singer Kelly Price is reportedly safe and recovering from COVID-19.
Fox 5 Atlanta reported that a spokesperson confirmed on Friday her family had filed a missing person’s report after Cobb County police couldn’t contact the 48-year-old crooner last Saturday.
Price’s attorneys disclosed that she was recovering from COVID-19 and out of harm’s way despite not being in her Cobb County home. No additional information was given regarding Price’s missing person’s status.
The “Secret Love” singer revealed that she had been struggling with COVID-19. She had been admitted to the hospital during the summer, and her condition worsened to the point of her being admitted into the intensive care unit.
“I found out today I have COVID,” Price wrote on her Instagram account on July 29. “I Am COVID Positive. I’m following Dr’s orders. I’m quarantined. Feeling really drained, splitting headache, but I’m not in the hospital. I’m grateful and expecting to have a quick recovery. #GodIsAHealer”
Price reportedly left the hospital despite still being sick, and that’s when family members became concerned.
Relatives told TMZ that after August, they lost contact with Price. They maintained contact with the woman during her hospital stay, but after her children received a call that she had been discharged from the hospital three weeks after being admitted– they hadn’t spoken to Price.
It’s not clear why Price has distanced herself from her family, but we are praying for her recovery.