Ronald Fenty, father of Rihanna, he overcame the disease from coronavirus


The renowned singer, businesswoman and actress, Robyn Rihanna Fenty, more commonly known as Rihanna, experienced one of the moments most anguished of his life, after learning that his father Ronald Fenty, gave positive to the test for the coronavirusthe disease that has in ‘chaos’ to the whole world.

Ronald revealed the news in an interview in the middle The Sunin addition he pointed out that he was hospitalized for the disease the present health complications.

Man of 66 years, said her daughter was concerned by the situation in which he was and spent more than $ 700,000 to get a ventilator in the island of Barbados, hometown of the interpreter.

“My daughter Robyn was visiting me every day. I feared the worst. Honestly, I thought that I was going to die”said Ronald Fenty to the environment. The man, who in the past has not had the best relationship with his daughter, indicated that thanks to her is that it remains live. “She did a lot for me. I appreciate everything that he has done”.

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One of the main symptoms that are presented Ronald Fenty were the high fevers. “I felt a fever in the nostrils, in the throat. Had fever in the whole body”, he said. Fortunately the days of danger were passed, and after 14 days in quarantine and treatment in a specialized center is located on the island, was declared free of the disease.

The father of the singer has struggled in the past with various addictions, including cocaine and alcohol. In addition, the singer during an interview with Oprah, Rihanna narrated passages from his youth in which he indicated that witnessed the physical abuse suffered by his mother by Ronaldamong them when they saw this it broke his nose to his mother.

However, years later, the singer said that he managed to reconciled with his father, despite all his past problems.

In times of pandemic, Rihanna partnered with the CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey to support victims of domestic violence affected by the orders to stay at home, in addition has joined with Jay-Z to donate 2 million dollars.

Writing Entertainment –