Spice Thankful for Time Spent with Kids in Paris After Health Scare – See Photos and Watch Videos

Saturday, June 15, 2024, 2:35 PM GMT-5

As she nears the end of the European show dates of her summer tour, Dancehall artiste Spice shared photos on Saturday of her and her family spending quality time in Paris, France, something the artiste said she prayed for.

Fans of the artiste were shocked when reports surfaced almost two years ago that the God A Bless Me deejay had been hospitalised in the Dominican Republic. Spice had suffered from a ruptured hernia, which left her unable to perform at the time, but the entertainer has since returned to touring as usual, performing in Paris last week.

Her Paris appearance was a family affair, with the artiste bringing along several members of her family, including her son Nicholas, daughter Nicholatoy, and her younger sister, Fenise Hamilton. Yesterday, Spice shared several photos of her and her family enjoying themselves in Paris.

As usual, the artiste rocked an outfit in her beloved colour, blue, with her son also donning a blue varsity jacket and sneakers. On the other hand, Nicholatoy rocked a pink tweed dress and beret for their family outing, which saw the group posing for photos with the Eiffel Tower serving as their backdrop.

Captioning the post, Spice expressed her gratitude for being able to be with her kids after fighting for her life two years ago.

“In 2022 When I was In the hospital fighting for my life. I begged God to keep me longer for my kids. Here I am 2 years later on tour In Paris πŸ‡«πŸ‡· with my kids and Family, Jesus I see you #Grateful,” Spice wrote.

After suffering a ruptured hernia in 2022, Spice went into sepsis shock and subsequently spent two months in the hospital, during which she underwent multiple operations to help save her life. The artiste has since described her recovery as a rebirth that she does not take for granted.

View more videos and photos from Spice’s trip below.


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