Kelly Price, a gospel singer who went missing in Georgia earlier this week, has been located. Concerns were raised after the famed singer went missing in Cobb County, Georgia, according to the authorities of Cobb County.
Missing Kelly is Found
After being released from the hospital where the 48 years old American R&B singer was being treated for Covid-19, the singer suddenly went missing. Price’s lawyer stated that she is safe and not missing after the news of her disappearance made headlines. Kelly’s spokeswoman, Monica Ewing, tells TMZ that the singer is still recovering from COVID at a secret location. Monica added that Kelly was safe.
Monica also added that Kelly was released from the hospital with Covid and went to a quiet area so that she could recover. Monica also said that Kelly needs to rest and begin her path back to health. According to TMZ, Georgia officials have identified Kelly as a missing person following a check at her residence last weekend.
Kelly had COVID!
On her Instagram page in July, Kelly stated that she had COVID and was battling its symptoms before going missing. She stated that she wasn’t feeling well last night, so she went to the doctor and got checked out this morning. The doctor took several tests, and it was discovered that she had been infected with COVID.
Over the years, Price has had several gospel hits. Cobb County Police Sgt. Wayne Delk acknowledged that Price was the subject of a missing person’s complaint but said no more details, including who reported her missing, will be disclosed. TMZ. Price initially reported the singer’s disappearance has a string of gospel singles under his belt.
Her song “Friend of Mine” hit number one on Billboard’s adult R&B radio chart in 1998. Price secured a deal with Motown Gospel earlier this year, including the publication of her extended-play album “Grace” in the spring. A request for comment from the label was not returned.