Coco Austin is going through a tough time as her father is battling COVID-19 in an Arizona Hospital.
While talking to Page Six on Wednesday, Coco, 41 said that she felt like her family was falling apart. She said that he has pneumonia in both lungs and a ventilator might be necessary.
The Ice Loves Coco star said that even though she wants him to “pull-through”, but it was “not looking good.”
Coco Austin opens up on social media.
Austin took to the social media to express her anguish. She posted photos of her father and herself with her family and talked about her tough father and his struggles with COVID-19.
Coco said that her
“tough as an ox dad, the one that never goes to the doctor, the one that doesn’t even take Tylenol for pain, the one that never EVER gets sick is in the ICU requiring oxygen for #COVID-19.”
She further explained his struggle with breathing pain that he is going through.
“For all the people that say it can’t happen to your family… think again. Sending happy thoughts to my father and all the families that are dealing with it,” the post said.
She thanked the Arrowhead hospital in Arizona for taking care of her dad.
“It’s not looking good.”
While talking to Page Six, she said that she just wanted him to “pull-through”.
She said, “I’ve been sending as much love as I can, but there’s only so much I can do from a distance.”
“I want to be in the room with him right now and hold his hands, and just let him know that his family loves him, to push through This is too soon for him to go,” she added.
She said that her father couldn’t even talk and she has to text him instead, and now he doesn’t even want to text anymore.
“It’s not looking good,” she said.
“Mask it up.”
Coco Austin and her husband had moved to Arizona from New York and New Jersey to escape to the virus, but Arizona has become a new hotspot now.
Talking about how her two aunts have been diagnosed with COVID-19 too, she said, “It’s like, ‘Oh my God, like, my family is falling apart’.”
At the end of the interview, she had a little advice for everyone. “Mask it up! How hard is it to mask it up?”