Grim Reaper Vocalist Steve Grimmett Issues Update

As reported in an earlier post, Grim Reaper vocalist, Steve Grimmett, had part of his leg amputated. The singer is now on the mend and issued the following statement.

“Guys, I am totally overwhelmed with all your best wishes and get well messages, they are all very welcomed and at times have had me in tears. I’m sorry if I haven’t replied to you messages but I’ve had so many its impossible to keep up so thank you for that, I feel very lucky I have my wife, my family, my friends and last but not least my fans I do truly love you all, as you can imagine it’s been very hectic for Amelia and myself what with all that’s been going on but just want to assure you I’m not giving up and will be back as soon as I can get back on stage without a wheel chair or crutches, and I know that’s a hard and painful road ahead. Ok just to let you know exactly what happened, I am diabetic, which screws your body in all sorts of ways, one of the ways it got me was hardening of the leg arteries so blood flow in my legs wasn’t very good and I ended up getting an infection in my right leg, the pain was excruciating also I was getting hallucinations, I had a doctor treat me at my hotel before the gig in Guayaquil and shot me full of pain killers but the pain finally got me and had to sit for some of the songs but I wouldn’t not finish the set, I sat with our army of fans for an hour after the show then my doctor wanted to get me into hospital, and in short had 3 operations and I lost my leg three inches above the knee, that is now well on the mend and will be flying home on Wednesday 15th and arriving Thursday 16th early in the morning straight in to rehab to learn how to get around, again I would like to thank you all for your support I do love you all
All the best
Steve Grimmett”
You can still help Steve with his mounting medical bills. I donated and, if you can, please do. You can go HERE to donate.

Make sure to read our full in bloom interview with Steve

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