Brandy is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, actress and model. Brandy has sold over 40 million records worldwide, with approximately 8.62 million albums sold in the United States alone. She has also won numerous awards and accolades, including a Grammy Award.
Born in McComb, Mississippi on February 11, 1979, Brandy is the oldest child and daughter of Willie Norwood and Sonja Norwood. Her father was a gospel singer and choir director. She is the elder sister of Ray J.
Brandy is signed with Motown Record. She made her debut with the release of her first album, Brandy in September 1994. As of 2022, she has seven studio albums. Her eighth album will be dropped soon.
Although not much of her health is known to the public, is the singer actually healthy or there is a cause to be worried? Read on to find out.
Is Brandy Sick?
Yes, Brandy is sick. The singer was recently hospitalized and still receiving treatment. In an Instagram story, Brandy revealed she suffered from dehydration and low amounts of nutrition.
This isn’t the first time Brandy has been taken to the hospital for medical complications. In 2017, she was rushed into emergency after she became unconscious on a Delta Airlines flight out of Los Angeles International Airport.
What Happened To Brandy Norwood?
According to TMZ, law enforcement said they received an emergency services call to Brandy’s home in Los Angeles around noon on Tuesday, October 11, 2022.
According to close sources, Brandy suffered a possible seizure. However, not much knowledge about her health is shared. Her medical records are also not disclosed to the public.
Where Is Brandy Now?
Brandy has been discharged from the hospital. sh e is however still under treatment. In a recent Instagram story, Brandy thanked her fans for their love and support. She also said she was following her doctor’s advice.
Brandy wrote, “To my beloved fam, friends, and Starz, thank you for sending love and light my way,” Brandy wrote. “I am following doctors’ orders and getting the rest I need due to dehydration and low amounts of nutrition. Thank you for your prayers and support. Grateful for you all, see you soon.”