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We just received word that a VERY popular African American celebrity – who has recently been in the news – now has what is being described as AIDS. Obviously since we are not able to 100% confirm the story – we’re going to leave it as a Blind Item. We want to make it clear we are NOT talking about Magic Johnson. This report really hurt our heart. According to a person extremely close to the situation, the celebrity, who is known for having a very extreme sexual past reportedly contracted the illness sometime in the 1990s. He kept the illness quiet but began taking his medication religiously up until about 2 years ago. Here’s what we’re told by a VERY trusted entertainment insider: [The celebrity] believed that he was cured, and he had some crazy [religious] people who told him that God cured him. So he stopped taking his medication and the sickness came back. Now doctors say he’s dying, and there is nothing anyone can do about it. We’re told that the celebrity is expected to get sicker and sicker, and eventually pass. It can happen as soon as the summer. Very sad news.
The medical emergency which caused the plane to land remains unclear, but suspicion is now high that Prince was potentially given a flu shot injection. Prince suffers from epilepsy, and the flu shot can be deadly for those suffering from that illness.
originally posted by: Famouszor
a reply to: ghostrager
Sorry, your story is full of errors and misleading information.
first of all, Jehovah Wittness will have any surgery that is needed.
They stay away from blood transfusion because many have became ill, or even died.
Besides, you don't need blood, you need plasma. And yes, Jehovah Wittness do take plasma transfusion.
They will also take organ transplants if needed.
Jehovah Wittness will take any doctors recommended prescriptions.
Jehovah Wittness will never tell anyone to not seek medical help when needed. And they certainly do not tell people that GOD will heal you.
Myth: Jehovah’s Witnesses don’t believe in medicine or medical treatment.
Fact: We seek the best possible medical care for ourselves and our families. When we have health problems, we go to doctors who have skill in providing medical and surgical care without blood. We appreciate advancements that have been made in the medical field. In fact, bloodless treatments developed to help Witness patients are now being used to benefit all in the community. In many countries, any patient can now choose to avoid blood-transfusion risks, such as blood-borne diseases, immune-system reactions, and human errors.