In April 2020, Pink and her son Jameson, 3 at the time, both contracted Covid-19. Far from being asymptomatic, the singer and her son have been very ill, to the point that Pink imagines the worst. “There are many nights when I cried. I have never prayed so much in my life”, confided the artist on Instagram last April. “Jameson was very, very sick and it’s scary. He was getting better, then it got worse and I was on life support for the first time in thirty years and it’s very scary to me.” Pink is so bad that she imagines that she and her son will not survive. For their part, Carey Hart, the singer’s husband, and Willow, their daughter, were spared the virus. “It was so critical that I rewrote my will,” she told Mark Wright in an interview with Extratv on Monday. “I called my best friend and said, ‘I need you to tell Willow how much I love her. It was really terrifying.’ Frightened at the idea of leaving her children, Pink then questioned herself about her duty of transmission. “As a parent you ask yourself, ‘What am I going to leave my child? What am I teaching them? Are they going to be successful in this world?’ “she told Mark Wright. “And what should I tell them if this is the last time I get to tell them something?”
Pink: the singer gave a million dollars to fight the epidemic
Shaken by this experience, Pink – once she and her son were back on their feet – donated a million dollars to hospitals, without failing to pay tribute to the nursing staff. “You are our heroes!”, Had dropped the star in a post on social networks.
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