Pheonix who revealed some months ago that she has been suffering from fibromyalgia for a while now, is now fighting for her life.
This comes barely 17 months after the death of the Rhythm 93.7 FM OAP's singer and songwriter husband, Olumuyiwa Osinuga aka Nomoreloss.
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Pheonix who revealed some months ago that she has been suffering from fibromyalgia for a while now, is now fighting for her life and is reportedly in a great deal of pain.
Friends and family have taken it upon themselves to help make her life easy and have begun a Gofundme page for her.
The sad news was shared by media personality, Bizzle.
He took to his Instagram page to share details of her ailment and what the money would be used for when raised.
Bizzle captioned the post, "Pheonix Osinuga @phoenixicus aka PHOENIX was diagnosed a year ago with Fibromyalgia, an auto-immune disorder which causes the body to attack itself and manifests in over 200 symptoms.
"While the condition has NO CURE, there are treatments and therapies that can help manage the symptoms and enable her live a relatively normal life.
"For the past few months, she's been incapacitated and unable to work because of the severity of the symptoms and the debilitating pain she experiences.
"We, her friends, are trying to raise the money ($32,620) she needs to undergo Adult Adipose Stem Cell Therapy and RTMS (Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation). These treatments will reduce, control & manage her symptoms.
"Help us get her back on her feet by donating in dollars via https://www.gofundme.com/from-the-ashes-the-phoenix-rises.
OR in Naira via her bank ACCOUNT DETAILS:
A/C: 0011921278 GT BANK
"Feel free to contact her on Twitter/Instagram (@phoenixicus) or email email@example.com with your prayers and good wishes. #HappySunday #repost #share."
You will recall that her husband, Nomoreloss passed away after a brief illness in March 2016.
Nomoreloss got married to Rhythm 93.7 FM OAP Phoenix (Adeola Osinuga) in 2008. They had their daughter, Mo on Saturday, January 15, 2011.