Rapper Rex.D, a contestant on “Show Me the Money 4,” has been diagnosed with chronic leukemia.
Rex.D’s management agency, Romantic Factory, announced through his Twitter account that the hip hop artist was diagnosed with chronic leukemia on June 22. According to the agency, the artist went to the hospital for a blood test after he experienced a lot exhaustion lately while working on “Show Me the Monday” and a music video. He was admitted to the hospital after the blood test, and after further examination, he was diagnosed with chronic leukemia.
Romantic Factory also asked people to send their blood donation card info (presumably to find a match for a bone marrow transplant) to the agency, as well as for them to spread this message.
It added, “They say that one can fully recover from this disease because of advancements in medicine. We ask for your support so that Rex.D will be able to stand in front everyone again in a healthy condition.” It continued, “We want to promise that Rex.D, who has a lot of talent to show people, will be able to stand on the stage again.”
It concluded, “As much as the new album, which will be released the day after tomorrow, was made without Rex.D knowing he was ill, we will be grateful if many people listen to it and support him.”
Rex.D debuted last year with the track “Normal Love” featuring Phantom‘s Sanchez. He previously made an appearance on “Show Me the Money”- in its second season- performing a “Bad Boy” (by BIGBANG) collaboration stage with J’Kyun (which you can watch below).
We wish Rex.D a speedy and full recovery.