Roommates, following the news that she was recently hospitalized due to a very severe case of COVID-19, former “Basketball Wives” star Brandi Maxiell officially broke her silence. In an emotional and lengthy post on Instagram, Brandi thanked all her fans and supporters for their thoughts and prayers during what she described as “the hardest thing I’ve ever been through.”
Brandi Maxiell finally gave fans the update they had been waiting for regarding her health, as she posted about her recent diagnosis of COVID-19 and detailed just how serious her condition was.
Brandi posted the following message:
“If only you knew how much I love and appreciate all the love, support & prayers that you have given me during my fight. You are truly God sent and mean the entire WORLD TO ME! Family, I am grateful to tell you I have been released from the hospital by the grace of God, however, I need you to please continue to pray for me as I travel this journey of full recovery! This has been by far the hardest thing I’ve ever been through. But It was only a test in my faith. God was challenging my trust in him. He was truly testing my faith. The song I posted along with The Battle Is The Lord’s is something I had playing on repeat for the 7 days I was in that hospital bed. God told me to GET UP, put on this whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil.” Satan is coming like a thief in the night but oh is he weak.”
She continued, adding:
“What I went through was not easy. It wasn’t easy sitting in a room all by yourself with no family no visitors no nothing BUT my nurses and doctors were MY family in there. I had a lot a bad nights and I remember one saying I can’t leave her I’m staying in here. Risking his life. All I could think of was the 200,000+ and counting families going through this. This isn’t right. This isn’t fair. I didn’t want this for my family. Help me oh God!! I love you again I can’t explain to you how thankful I am to have a Prayer Warrior Family like you.”
We continue to send Brandi our thoughts and prayers.
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