The Houston rap legend detailed his struggle with recovering from COVID-19 in an interview with Willie D earlier this year.
Scarface fans are lining up to donate an organ after the rapper revealed he was in need of a new kidney on Wednesday afternoon.
I need a kidney y’all any volunteers? B+ blood type
— SCARFACE (@BrotherMob) October 7, 2020
In April, he detailed the horrific effects of his battle with the virus in an interview with Willie D. And months into his recovery, speaking with Fox5DC, the rapper explained how “COVID attacked my lungs first, and then it attacked my kidneys and knocked them out,” Scarface told his fellow Geto Boys alum. He went on to describe the toll it took on his body, adding “I got full lung recovery, but my kidneys never came back. I’m still a little weak. I don’t have a lot of strength in my legs yet. I still haven’t got full taste back and sense of smell yet. But I am glad to be alive.”
Following his call for a donor, fans responded with overwhelming support and well-wishing. Some even volunteered to offer one of their own to the rapper, listing their medical history and proclaiming a willingness to undergo screening for the transplant. Others (because this is Twitter, after all,) took it as an opportunity to suggest holistic cures and remedies that go directly against science and a consensus amongst the medical community (all of which were almost immediately blasted.)
You can read through some of the responses to Scarface’s call below. Join us in wishing the rapper a thorough and expedient return to full health.
I’m a go find out… all that street shit your music got me thru, a kidney would be my pleasure
— Glasses Malone (@gmalone) October 7, 2020
No High Blood Pressure
No other illnesses/diseases/infections
In San Diego though, willing to undergo screening…just let me know how. Please get in touch if you or someone in your camp sees this.
— N (@iCup_iCake) October 7, 2020
Let’s go I’m B+ I think no joke
— DIRTY RED CLOWN🤡 (@LawrenceHardy18) October 7, 2020
I wish you well Mr. Brad, I’m going on 7yrs with my Kidney transplant. I know in the age of covid-19 they have put many people on hold.
— Yochanan (@MinisterNoble) October 7, 2020