The family of DJ Kay Slay is grateful for the love they’ve received as he continues to fight a severe bout of COVID-19. On Thursday (Jan. 6), they released a statement via HOT 97, where he hosts his own radio show.
“Legendary #HOT97 @djkayslay’s family sends their appreciation for the outpouring of prayers, love and support as he works through a current health issue,” the New York radio station tweeted. “They ask everyone to please respect his privacy during this time, and continue to send your positive energy and prayers.”
“Pray for my brotha [DJ Kay Slay]. It’s not looking good,” he wrote, adding that things are “not looking good.” “He might be mad at me for this, those that know Slay, but he needs all the support he can get.”
“Prayers Up For The Homie @djkayslay..Get Well Soon My Guy,” tweeted DJ Clue.
“Prayers up for my man Kay Slay, the mixtape king aka Dez the graffiti genius. JUST spoke to him a few weeks ago. Smh,” added New York emcee Skyzoo. “An absolute legend in the game who brought NY back and kept us up. Speedy recovery king.”
They ask everyone to please respect his privacy during this time, and continue to send your positive energy and prayers. 🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/oLm2yHp1dx
— HOT 97 (@HOT97) January 6, 2022
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— DJ CLUE (@DJCLUE) January 6, 2022
— Page Kennedy (@PageKennedy) January 6, 2022
— Peter Gunz (@IamPeterGunz) January 6, 2022
— Rock The Bells (@RockTheBells) January 6, 2022
DJ Kay Slay needs our prayers as he is dealing w/ health issues ❤️
DJ Kay Slay was known as Dez, a very talented graf artist in NY back in the days🔥
He has most recently done a project, Rolling 110 Deep, where he gave quite a few OG’s the opportunity 2 rhyme on the track 💯 pic.twitter.com/NKaHaXi51B
— The Universal Hip Hop Museum (@uhhmuseum) January 6, 2022
Prayers up for my man Kay Slay the mixtape king aka Dez the graffiti genius. JUST spoke to him a few weeks ago. Smh. An absolute legend in the game who brought NY back and kept us up. Speedy recovery king 🙏🏽👑
— Skyzoo (@skyzoo) January 6, 2022
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