- Popular TV personality, Larry King, has made a disclosure about his health, revealing how he struggled with coma
- Before he was in a coma, he had to battle with stroke which kept him out of work and from the public for a long time
- While granting an interview on his 86th birthday, the TV broadcaster said that he feels great now that he is back at work
Popular media personality, Larry King, has spoken about his health condition as Extra TV interviewed him at his 86th birthday party.
Larry on Monday, November 25, said that he had been in a coma sometime in the year after he had a stroke, adding that he has been in rehab for that.
“I had a stroke. Everything got better except my left foot, and I’ve been rehabbing that every day. They told me I’ll be walking by Christmas,” he said.
He said the coma lasted for some weeks before everything got better, adding that the road to recovery has been so full of challenges.
“It’s been a rough year. I don’t remember anything since March. I had the stroke in March. I haven’t driven a car.
“I’m back at work and that makes me feel great. I was in a coma. That lasted a couple of weeks, and then I got out and everything got better. It’s been a long, hard ride,” he said.
As an aside, the TV icon also spoke about Donald Trump, saying that his opposition, Joe Biden, will give him the “toughest fight”.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Pearlena Igbokwe is the first African woman to head a big TV station in the US, making big waves in the country’s media.
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Igbokwe was born in Lagos in the 1960s during the infamous Nigerian Civil War. It was reported that her family’s house in the village was destroyed by bomber planes.
She migrated to the US at the age of six and later got her first degree from Yale University before getting her MBA from Columbia University.
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