‘Good Burger 2’ Star Kel Mitchell Shares Health Update After Hospitalization: “Incredible Scare, But I’m Grateful and Recovering”
• Kel Mitchell, the beloved star of ‘Good Burger 2,’ recently updated fans on his health after a reported hospitalization.
• He recounted his terrifying experience in an Instagram video, saying he “was out shopping when suddenly the whole room started spinning.”
• After being admitted to the hospital, doctors ran tests and found out that a bulging disc was putting pressure on a nerve, causing the scary symptoms.
• Mitchell expressed gratitude for everyone’s prayers and well wishes as he recovers from this ordeal.
Kel Mitchell, the beloved star of ‘Good Burger 2,’ recently updated fans on his health after a reported hospitalization. Taking to Instagram, Mitchell posted a heartfelt video where he explained the terrifying ordeal he went through.
“For those wondering about recent events and how I’m doing, I want to express my gratitude for your concern and send love your way. This should give you some clarity,” Mitchell wrote in the caption.
In the video, Mitchell recounts his experience, saying, “I was out shopping when suddenly the whole room started spinning. Maybe I was dehydrated, so I tried to hydrate and eat. But then, my right arm went numb, and I couldn’t even swallow. That’s when panic set in, and I knew I had to get to the hospital.”
Once admitted, doctors ran tests on Mitchell, and he failed an “arm and a leg test,” unable to move his right arm. This lack of mobility affected his motor skills. A CT scan was ordered, revealing the cause of his symptoms.
“It turns out I had a bulging disc from a previous injury that was putting pressure on a nerve, causing all those scary symptoms,” Mitchell revealed. “I’m thanking God that I’m okay. Thank you all for the prayers and well wishes in the comments. Even the funny ones, like ‘Give him some orange soda through his IV.'”
In a concise yet heartfelt manner, Mitchell’s health update tells fans that he went through a frightening experience, but he is now on the road to recovery.