Boldy James is feeling thankful to be alive after surviving a serious car accident earlier this week.
The Detroit rapper, best known for his songs “First 48 Freestyle” and “Fake Flowers,” thanked fans for their support and provided an update on his current stable condition in an Instagram post on Saturday.
“Your prayers are greatly appreciated. Thank you everyone for all your support, the calls, texts. I’ve seen them all. Just keep me in your prayers on this journey as I continue to heal with my family,” James wrote in the mail . “Thank you God.”
Alongside his note, the rapper included a screenshot of a press release from his rep with more details about the two-car accident, which occurred Monday in the Detroit metropolitan area.
“I can confirm that Boldy arrived at the hospital in critical condition, with fractured vertebrae in his neck and orthopedic injuries,” the statement said. “After extensive surgery on his neck, Boldy was taken out of intensive care and his condition is now stable.”
It concluded: “Boldy and his family would like to express their gratitude to the incredible doctors and nurses who care for him, as well as the community’s emergency medical personnel and first responders.”
Johnny Nunez/Getty Rapper Boldy James was involved in a “serious two-car accident” earlier this week.
The 40-year-old musician, who is signed to Griselda Records, shot to fame after appearing in two songs on the 2009 Cool Kids and Don Cannon mixtape, Merry christmas. He released a series of mixtapes – the one from 2011 Trappers Alley pros and cons and that of 2012 Shipment — before dropping his first album, My 1st chemistry setin 2013. James has since released nine more albums, including Anyway last December.
He is currently slated to release his fourth EP entitled ADUon January 16.