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Gospel singer Kelly Price was reported missing by her family after she was discharged from a Cobb County, Georgia hospital following a battle with Covid-19.

Shortly after the news broke that Kelly was missing on Friday, her Atlanta attorney, Monica Ewing, confirmed she is safe and recovering from Covid in an "undisclosed location."

However, Kelly's sister insists she hasn't seen or heard from Kelly in months.

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Kelly, 48, was admitted to a hospital suffering from Covid-19 symptoms in early August. On July 29, the singer posted a video on Instagram, explaining that she is "quarantined" and "feeling really drained."

"Splitting headache but I'm not in the hospital," she wrote in the caption. "I'm grateful and expecting to have a quick recovery."

It is unclear if Kelly was fully vaccinated.

Her family said she was admitted to the hospital a week later and transferred to the ICU when her condition worsened.

Kelly's sister called into the Larry Reid Live YouTube livestream on Friday to say her sister is still missing.

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In the comments section of the livestream, an alleged employee of a longterm care facility commented that Kelly was admitted to the facility for longterm care because she is ventilator-dependent.

The employee claimed Kelly couldn't speak and that she didn't want her family to see her in that condition.

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Meanwhile, the family is upset that Kelly's live-in boyfriend is allegedly cohabiting with his side piece in Kelly's home. Kelly and her boyfriend, who is more than a decade younger than her, are pictured during happier times.

Cobb County police conducted a welfare check at Kelly's home, but her boyfriend was allegedly uncooperative.

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Kelly, pictured with singer Faith Evans in 2014, is best known for her single "Friend of Mine", for which she won a Soul Train Award for Best R&B/Soul or Rap New Artist trophy.

Kelly has two adult children. In 2020 Kelly lost her mother, Claudia, to inflammatory breast cancer, and her grandparents to Covid-19.
 

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Dr. Dre is still in intensive care at a Los Angeles hospital, a week after suffering a ruptured brain aneurysm.

The hip-hop legend was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center by ambulance on January 4, and has been undergoing diagnostic tests to determine the extent of his brain injury.

Doctors say Dre is awake, but they are apparently keeping him in the intensive care unit in case he has another aneurysm.

People with brain aneurysms usually don't have symptoms until the aneurysm bursts, leading to uncontrolled bleeding on the brain. Surgery is indicated to remove a blood clot or to relieve pressure on the brain.

Sources told TMZ that it's unclear whether or not Dre has had surgery to try and stop the brain bleed, but he's apparently "resting comfortably".

"Doctors have cautiously informed his family that a 'bad outcome' doesn't appear to be on the horizon," the insider told TMZ.

Dre hasn't posted on his Instagram page since someone in his camp expressed his thanks for everyone's well wishes just after the health scare.

"Thanks to my family, friends and fans for their interest and well wishes. I'm doing great and getting excellent care from my medical team," someone wrote at the time. "I will be out of the hospital and back home soon. Shout out to all the great medical professionals at Cedars. One Love!!"

Robin Williams and Joan Rivers

Comedian Joan Rivers was rushed to a NY area hospital where she is listed in stable condition after she stopped breathing while undergoing a routine endoscopic procedure at an outpatient clinic. An endoscope is a small, flexible tube with a camera and a light at the end of it. The endoscope is passed down a patient's throat by doctors who look for abnormalities (tumors, ulcers, etc.) in the patient's esophagus or the stomach.

Rivers, 81, is pictured above with the late Robin Williams.

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