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Singer Leakey (44) recovers from stroke: 'She's very brave and positive'

Singer Leakey (44) recovers from stroke: ‘She’s very brave and positive’

Leakey (44) had a stroke. Caroline Kamusi, the singer’s real name, is currently in rehab. “She has to learn a lot of things all over again,” says her producer Steve Kamel Karlins. Just when she was busy recording her comeback.

Quiet has reigned around Leki for six years, but now she’s working with Stef Kamil Carlens on a new record. Thus, it is the producer who publishes the news on the artist’s Facebook page. “Because of her cerebral infarction, she has to learn a lot of things all over again,” the letter read. I visited her a few days ago and she is very brave and positive. It’s making slow but steady progress.”

It was also announced last month that Leakey is in hospital. Cerebral malaria flared up again. About ten years ago, the singer first contracted cerebral malaria, the most aggressive and deadly type that affects the nervous system. She entered through the eye of the needle, but the condition weakened her body. With that, I kept going. Performing and radio making as one of the ladies. It eventually led to a famous burnout.

I recently rose to the spotlight again. With a part in the musicalBodyguardAnd a new songthe river† “I no longer drink alcohol, I live vegan. I clean version of myself at all. I feel good, I feel better in my skin,” she said in January at Het Laatste Nieuws “I feel good, I’m better in my skin.” But she also had malaria twice, last time in December in Congo “Fever again and head looks like it’s in a torture device, but my body feels stronger.”

Steve Kamel Carlins will visit her again next week. And he concludes his Facebook message: “You can leave a message in the comments.” “You will read them.”

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