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On Wednesday, the rapper Scarface received a life-saving kidney transplant from his son, Chris Jordan, reports Complex.

Brad Jordan, more famously known as Scarface, had been suffering from kidney failure since April 2020 after battling COVID-19.

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Back in March of 2020, he was one of the first hip-hop artists to go public with his COVID-19 diagnosis, Chron.com reported at the time.

After feeling sick and coming down with a 103-degree fever, the “Mind Playin’ Tricks On Me,” rapper took himself to the emergency room. When he showed no signs of improvement after being released, he later tested positive for the virus when he returned to the ER.

Scarface went public to share the seriousness of the virus and how it was affecting his health.

“This whole three weeks has been an ordeal,” he said in an interview with his Geto Boys partner Willie D. “It’s the craziest [stuff] I’ve ever seen in my life. I’ve been to the point where I felt I was gonna die.”

“I’m not all the way out of the woods yet,” he added. 

Scarface’s health continued to decline and in October 2020, he took to Twitter to ask for kidney donors.

“I need a kidney y’all any volunteers? B+ blood type,” he wrote.