According to a report posted on Friday, a Grammy-nominated gospel singer has gone missing in Georgia, shortly after being released from a hospital where she was treated for COVID-19.
Following a welfare check at her house last Saturday, Kelly Price, 48, was classified as a missing person with the National Crime Information Center, according to TMZ.
Since she was released from the hospital last month, family members said they had not heard from the six-time Grammy nominee. Price’s boyfriend, according to relatives, was keeping family and friends away from the couple’s suburban Atlanta home.
According to the story, the Far Rockaway native discovered she had COVID-19 in late July and was treated in an ICU as her symptoms worsened.
According to reports, police spoke with Price’s boyfriend and discovered no evidence of wrongdoing at the couple’s house.
Since 1998, Price has published eight studio albums and collaborated with artists like as Whitney Houston, Ronald Isley, and Kanye West.