As well all know by now, Loretta Lynn, the world-renowned country singer, suffered from a stroke a couple of weeks ago. And even though people from her camp say that she’s recovering well, there are several reports that suggest otherwise. Some sources who are close to the singer have actually released some new and startling information surrounding the degrading health of the country music star. They say that Lynn might not ever sing again.
Lynn, who turned 85 last year, was admitted to a hospital in Nashville after she suffered a stroke at her ranch.
Loretta was then moved from the hospital to a nearby rehabilitation facility. However, now it is feared that her stroke might have caused some substantially more serious damage than initially believed. Following her stroke, Loretta’s representative said that the singer was just resting and was expected to make a full recovery.
However, recent reports have surfaced saying that Loretta’s prognosis doesn’t look as good as what was initially proposed.
Sources close to the singer said that Lynn is now having substantial difficulty trying to speak again – and so, it begs to question whether she would ever be able to take the stage and sing again.
Lynn’s fans always know that the one thing that she loves to do more than anything else in the world is to sing and entertain on stage. And if her recent stroke took away her capacity to do so, then it would truly be a heartbreaking ordeal for the singer and those who care about her.
Fans of Loretta Lynn know that if there is one thing she loves to do, it’s sing and entertain. If her health issues never allow her to sing again she will be heartbroken.
“The Queen of Queens, Loretta Lynn. Please know, our love is with you, our strength is with you, and our money is on you,” wrote country star Garth Brooks in a post. “I know you’re already running the place there in ICU. All of our love and all of our strength is with you. There’s a lot of flowers waiting and a lot of love waiting for when you get out of there.”
He then went on to say, “Get out of there soon, honey. Get back to playing music. We miss you already. I love you very, very much.”
Now is the time for all of us to come together and pray for Loretta.