SA country singer Jason Bradley in stable condition after being hospitalised due to internal bleeding

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  • Country singer, Jason Bradley, is currently being treated in a Heidelberg Hospital.
  • Jason has a history of liver problems, says his wife Tina Bradley.
  • According to Tina, he is "stable" and doing "better" following a second blood transfusion.


Country singer, Jason Bradley, is currently being treated in a Heidelberg Hospital after he was diagnosed with an iron deficiency and low blood count. 

Tina Bradley, Jason's wife, says that Jason has been struggling with a liver problem and low iron levels for the past few years.

"Jason's immune system is very low due to the low iron. His body is very susceptible to diseases and that is why we decided this year to do much less concerts so that his body can recover. The stress that came with lockdown and financial stress also contributed to his previous stomach ulcer starting to bleed badly again. Before he could get his blood back to a healthy level, he, unfortunately, lost blood again. That is why his heart took strain, and the doctor was able to get him stable again. Further tests are being done to confirm the cause. "

Tina says he was immediately admitted to Heidelberg Hospital where he had already received a second blood transfusion. 

"The Heidelberg Hospital confirmed this morning that Jason's condition is stable and that he is already doing better."

She went on to thank everyone for the support and prayers for Jason. "We are so grateful for everyone's support during this time. We also know that the Lord will carry Jason through this difficult time and heal him," says Tina.

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