American rapper, singer, songwriter, record executive and businessman D-Witt, whose real name is Dillon James Witt, was taken to a local Rockford Hospital where he was hospitalized for very serious pneumonia on Thursday evening. The rapper arrived to the hospital conscious in stable condition with no serious injuries sustained. D-Witt shared last night on Thursday, July 28, 2022 that he was back again at the hospital by posting on Facebook saying “At the hospital again very serious pneumonia need thoughts prayers n good vibes 💔”
Earlier this month, the young superstar was hospitalized where doctors diagnosed him with “very serious” pneumonia. D-Witt posted on Facebook that all shows and events have been cancelled or rescheduled until a later date, posting “Doctors looked at X-Rays all sayin I got very serious pneumonia. I don’t want to but everything cancelled rescheduled for later n I’m goin offline until I’m better. I’m not breathing right, in enormous pain, different hospitals. Could everyone send good thoughts n vibes. Thank u. I love u all so much. 🙏💗❄️💘🌷🦋💕”
A rep said “Sadly things have gotten way worse. D has trouble breathing and is in pain. He was tested recently for COVID-19 and the results came back as negative. We are praying things get better and we pray that he will heal. The cause of all this still remains unclear. This is unexpected and came out of nowhere. We apologize and ask to all fans, listeners and supporters for prayers during this difficult time as he continues to fight this very serious pneumonia.”
His most recent project, Purple Christmas, was originally scheduled to release on Christmas Day 2021 but didn’t get come out until April 2022 due him being in a separate health emergency, the pandemic, grieving from deaths and record label issues. One source claimed that he before being diagnosed and hospitalized, he was making a new music project. It is unknown if this rumored project has been cancelled or will be rescheduled and be released later.
Rockford is home to over 147,000 people and located 90 miles from Chicago. Further details on the rapper’s hospitalization are unclear at this time.