Danielle DI rushes to ailing mom's bedside

Friday, September 15, 2017

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Singjay Danielle DI has rushed to her ailing mother's beside in Miami, Flordia.

The entertainer's mother, Dawn Issacs, is said to be in serious condition and is battling for life.

“She currently has complications with her bowel that will require surgery. However, she underwent two major surgeries a few weeks ago so the doctors are saying that her body may not recover should she do another operation this quick,” DI's publicist Keona Williams told Splash.

Danielle DI recently uploaded a picture by her mother's bedside at Baptiste Hospital in Miami, with a lengthy and emotional caption.

“Happy Sunday to you all. I'm just here thinking about my mom, who's currently at Baptiste hospital in Miami fighting for her life,” DI wrote.

“I love my mother more than anything or anyone in this entire world... Wherever we are in the world we try to stay under the same roof. She fought extremely hard to raise me on her own as a single mother... Despite the struggles, she never did anything illegal or immoral. She is a woman of God; she is a woman of dignity; she is a hard worker, humble, kind and giving. Anyone who knows her can testify to what I am saying right now,” the post continued.

Danielle DI is known for tracks including Class, Round A Back, Talk It Out and Falling For You.




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