Recover soon. Jordyn Woods is seeking prayers for partner Karl-Anthony Towns after the NBA gamer checked positive for COVID-19

” I just wanted to thank you for all of your assistance, prayers and concern. My household and I all got checked for COVID and the outcomes returned negative so we are all great however continue to pray for Karl for a quick healing,” the model, 23, exposed via Instagram Stories on Saturday, January 16.

Jordyn Woods Asks Fans to 'Continue to Pray' For Boyfriend Karl-Anthony Towns After COVID-19 Diagnosis
Jordyn Woods and Karl-Anthony Towns. Courtesy of Jordyn Woods/Instagram

She also penned a message for Towns, 25, who lost his mother, Jacqueline Cruz, to the virus in April2020 “Be strong @karltowns. You’re a true fighter this is unfair or right that you were put in this position when you were simply trying to do your job. You got this,” she composed, including the hoping hands and heart emojis.

The Minnesota Timberwolves player– who went public with his relationship with Woods in September 2020– exposed his medical diagnosis on Instagram on Friday.

The professional athlete stated he was experiencing “stress and anxiety that comes along with this medical diagnosis as we know all too well what the end outcome could be,” mentioning his mother’s death. Towns ended his Instagram post with a promise to his niece and nephew, composing, “I will not end up in a box beside grandmother and I will beat this.” Woods shared her partner’s Instagram Story on her own account, calling it “heartbreaking.”

In addition to the loss of his mom, Towns informed press reporters in December 2020 that six other member of the family also passed away from complications related to coronavirus. “Last night I got a call that I lost my uncle,” he stated at the time. “I feel like I have actually been solidified a bit by life and humbled.” Towns’ dad, Karl-Anthony Towns Sr., also contracted COVID-19, but made a full recovery.

” I have actually seen a lot of coffins in the last 7 months, 8 months,” he said at the time. “But I have a lot of people who have– in my household and my mommy’s family– who have gotten COVID. I’m the one looking for responses still, trying to find how to keep them healthy. It’s just a lot of obligation on me to keep my family well informed and to make all the relocations necessary to keep them alive.”

Towns decided to play in the 2020-2021 NBA season. The Timberwolves played 11 regular-season games prior to the New Jersey local’s positive COVID-19 test. The Friday, January 15, video game was delayed.

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