After days of rumors about her health, gospel singer Kelly Price has finally come forward to clear the air.
Kelly, who was hospitalized with Covid-19 in August, explained to TMZ that she had been at home battling Covid-19 with the help of her doctor and her secret husband, Darrell Crump.
Kelly's doctor advised her to go to the emergency room when her fever spiked and she experienced shortness of breath at home.
Fighting back tears, Kelly told TMZ she "flatlined" in the emergency room and remembers waking up to her doctor asking her what year it was to test her memory.
She was released home when her vital signs stabilized and the hospital needed the bed.
Kelly claims she infected her husband with Covid-19 but he is now recovered with no long haul symptoms.
Kelly's sister sparked speculation when she called into a YouTuber's show to say the singer was still missing and she had not heard from her in months.
However, the "Friend of Mine" singer explained she is estranged from her sister, and she wouldn't allow visitors to her home because she and her husband were sick with Covid-19.
Kelly also accused her sister of manipulating her two adult children. She said she hasn't seen her sister since their mother's funeral years ago.
Kelly claims she was forced to leave her home recently because "fans" have been dropping by her home to check on her all hours of the day and night.
Kelly thanked her fans for their well wishes in an Instagram post on Monday.
Rumors swirled over the weekend that Kelly, 48, was in an acute care facility on a ventilator after Covid-19 destroyed her lungs.
Kelly's Atlanta attorney, Monica Ewing, said Friday that her client was "safe" and recovering from Covid at an undisclosed location.
Watch Kelly's video below.