Social media has been blowing up with recent posts containing wild misinformation and speculation about country singer Kenny Rogers health has gotten out of control. So much so, that an official statement was released on his behalf concerning those very same rumors.
The statement issued contained the information that Rogers would remain in the facility, a local hospital, In order to complete some much-needed physical therapy to regain his strength before eventually being discharged. The statement went on to say that Rogers appreciated all of the good wishes from his fans, as well as their concern about his health. He also wanted to say that he intends to be sticking around for many more years to come.
Many social media outlets have reported that the well-known singer of such tunes as “The Gambler,” “Lucille,” and “Crazy In Love,” seemed to be suffering from failing health. Because of these false reports and post, Rogers wanted to take the time to set the record straight.
Rogers is undeniably well-known for the song “The Gambler”—the beloved song that was originally released 41 years ago. Because of its popularity, the song was selected to be preserved in the National Recording Registry by the Library Congress—as being “culturally, historically, or artistically significant.”
Rogers posted to his personal Twitter, to put all the false information to rest, prefacing his statement with due to recent wild misinformation and speculation from several media outlets, we are issuing the following statement:
“Kenny was recently admitted to a local Georgia Hospital and treated for dehydration. He will remain there to complete some physical therapy to get his strength back prior to discharge. He appreciates the concern and well wishes he has received from his fans and can assure everyone he plans on sticking around through the years to come.”