R&B Legend Sisqo Given 6 Months to Live After Being Diagnosed With Advance Lupus
R&B singer Sisqo was recently diagnosed with Systemic lupus erythematosus, commonly called lupus. It’s a condition in which your immune system begins attacking different areas of your body and for Sisqo, the terminal illness has advanced. Prior to being diagnosed, according to sources close to the “Thong Song” singer, his health had not been of any concern. Sisqo’s immediate family does have a history of Lupus so it’s no surprise that he now suffers from illness. Medical professionals have given the Dru Hill singer approximately only six months to live.
According to sources close to Sisqo, he’s come to terms with the decline of his health and just wants to live his final days enjoying his family and friends. Physically unable to move at times, he’s been restricted to his home in Baltimore due to his ailing health.
Sisqo was the lead singer of the 90s quartet group, Dru Hill. With Dru Hill, they released four studio albums and as a solo singer, he released three solo albums. Dru Hill’s most notable hits were “Somebody’s Sleeping In My Bed”, “Tell Me” and as a solo singer, “Thong Song” and “Incomplete”.