Radio host celebrates birthday after ‘tough’ Covid-19 year
Radio presenter Conrad Gray alias G Money has opened up on he had to endure through the darkest moments of his life in the past year.
Via a lengthy post on his Instagram, the media personality, who is celebrating his birthday, shared how he contracted Covid-19, which resulted in a bilateral pulmonary embolism.
“This time last year I was in the throes of Covid-19. I was so sick. Little did I know that it would result in a bi-lateral pulmonary embolism – or, simply put, blood clots close to my lungs. As I lay in hospital in my darkest moment a new me was born,” read part of the post.
The Jamaican bred radio presenter praised his friends who came through for him at the time when he was at his lowest, and how the illness and the kindness he was shown by his friends humbled him.
“I won’t lie and tell you that the old me gave up without a fight. I have had to unlearn so much in order to grow into my new season. This season of abundance and more importantly peace. I learnt this last year that earth still has some real angels that come in the form of those friends that don’t disappear when times get rough and things change.”
The DJ cum radio presenter further says he doesn’t wish for gifts this year, rather he advises his followers and fans to love themselves better, as that’s the only way the world will become a better place.