R&B Singer Al B. Sure! Gives First Interview After 2 Month Long Coma

After experiencing a health scare, the 54-year-old radio personality disclosed that he had received a replacement liver.

Singer-songwriter Al B Sure! attends 'Loudmouth' Premiere during 2022 Tribeca Festival at BMCC Tribeca PAC on June 18, 2022 in New York City. 'Loudmouth' premiere, 2022 Tribeca Film Festival, New York, USA - 18 Jun 2022

Al B. Sure, a radio host discussing his current health scare in public.

The 54-year-old radio DJ spoke to FOX New York in his first interview this week after emerging from a two-month coma.

He talked about how, after winning the American Music Award for best artist and being nominated for two Grammys, he gained weight at the height of his fame. After Quincy Jones urged him to “please get your act together,” he started to make some adjustments. As a result, he had bariatric surgery, which improved both his appearance and how he felt.

Radio Host Al B. Sure! Is Awake and 'On the Mend' After Being in a Coma for Two Months

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But earlier this year, things took a turn for the worst when he passed out while working on his new album and slipped into a coma for more than two months. Al B., whose full name is Albert Joseph Brown III, revealed that he had a number of ailments, including renal failure, and that his health was so bad that his medical professionals were considering putting him in hospice care.

There were many things going on, he said, “I was intubated, I was on a ventilator, I mean, there were so many things going on.”

After going through the near-death experience, Al B. was able to gather his strength, and he is now on the road to recovery, he said.

The singer-songwriter also disclosed he is a recipient of a new liver. “What people don’t completely understand, unless you’ve been through this type of medical experience, is taking for granted breathing, tying your shoes, and speaking,” he said.

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