Rumour has it that the singer who survived a brain surgery last year was hospitalised in London after he had a relapse.
Rumour has it that the singer who survived a brain surgery last year was hospitalised in London after he had a relapse. Pulse, however, reached out to his manager Bishop who revealed the jester was only admitted based on stress related issues.
"That's not true. It's nothing serious. Julius just went for a checkup. He was grounded on routine visit to the Doctor on Friday because he hadn't been having enough rest as prescribed by the doctor," Bishop told Pulse.
"He's doing pretty well and might even come over to US to complete his much needed rest and routine doctor's visit," he concluded.
Ibiere used the opportunity to thank fans, friends and colleagues for the outpouring of love and support.
She wrote, "THANK YOU ALL!!! On behalf of my husband Julius Agwu, my children Zahra and Zadok and the entire Reel Laif Entertainment family, I say a big THANK YOU to all that have wished us well; prayed for us and shown concern during the past 96 hours. We thank God for his faithfulness and his restoration power.
Let me also use this medium to diffuse the fears created by some media outlets that had good intentions but used old pictures from Julius' May 2015 craniotomy, and many people mistook it for his current situation. The pictures displayed on social media in the past 72 hours are old pictures and do not correctly represent his current situation.
Julius was admitted due to stress-related issues that necessitated proper rest and rehabilitation. As many of you may already know, he had several shows lined up in the UK during the Nothing hill Carnivals. By the grace of GOD Julius is doing well and receiving adequate care.
As you continue to keep him in your prayers, it is our sincere prayer that God will do for you what no man do! Ephesians 6v8.
Thanks and God bless you all.