- A Nigerian actor and comedian, MC Fantasy, has taken to social media to cry out for financial assistance over his state of health
- In a post shared by his colleague, Bigvai Jokotoye, the actor suffered a heart attack earlier this month and it took a lot of effort to keep him alive
- A photo of MC Fantasy on his hospital bed was also shared and Nigerians have wished him a quick recovery
A young Nigerian comedian and actor, MC Fantasy, has taken to social media to solicit help following a cardiac arrest.
In a post shared by actor, Bigvai Jokotoye, Fantasy had a cardiac arrest on October 13th and he has had surgeries after.
He shared a photo of the comedian on the hospital bed with several wires, machines and equipment attached to his body.
According to Bigvai who also asked for people to support his colleague, Fantasy was reportedly shocked/defibrillated 36 times before his heart rhythm stabilized & started.
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"Hi, I'd really appreciate it if you would share or donate to this GoFundMe. *Helping Fantasy Paying Hospital Bill* On Wednesday Oct 13 morning, MC Fantasy had sudden cardiac arrest. He was shocked/defibrillated 36 times before his heart rhythm stabilized & started."
See the post below:
The same photo was also shared on Fantasy's Instagram story channel with the same request for financial assistance from people.
"He's recovering now. God be praised."
"Thank you lord for your mercy upon him."
"May the lord send his healing hands upon him in Jesus name Amen."
"Get well soon. The Lord be gracious unto you."
"God is your strength, he will never forsake you."
"Permanent healing in Jesus name. I am sure this is not Naija else. To God alone be all the glory."
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Source: Legit Nigeria