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Richard Simmons apologizes after fake death notice

Richard Simmons apologizes after fake death notice

On Monday, actor and fitness mogul Richard Simmons, 75, shared a message on Facebook Which sparked reactions among the fans.

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“I have some news for you. Please do not be sad. I am dying. The truth is that we are all dying. Every day we live is a day closer to death,” the 75-year-old wrote.

“Why am I sharing this? Because I want you to live your life to the fullest every day. Wake up in the morning and look up at the sky. Appreciate their joys and enjoy.”

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But later the same day, the star followed up with the following message on Facebook: “Sorry for the confusion.”

– Sorry

Many fans reacted with shock and sadness to the death notice, and thus Simmons felt compelled to clarify.

“Sorry that so many of you were upset by my post today. Even the press called me out. I'm not dying,” Simons wrote, adding that X's post was meant as a call to enjoy life as much as possible.

thanks for the support

thanks for the support

Simmons was previously diagnosed with skin cancer, and has been open with his followers about his health.

The training file said he was at the doctor's to have a lump under his eye checked when he received the cancer notice.

He explained that you have to burn the skin to get rid of all the cancer cells. This is very painful. It lasted 30 minutes,” the star wrote Aftonbladet.

The 75-year-old has received several rounds of treatment and is now doing well. He now encourages anyone who suspects something is wrong to get themselves checked for skin cancer.

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Richard Simmons is known for his “Sweatin' to the Oldies” workout videos. He opened Slimmons Fitness Center in Beverly Hills, which received a lot of attention.

new message

new message

Many wondered what happened to the 75-year-old, as he had not appeared in public since 2014. After much speculation in the media, Simons felt compelled to clarify that the speculation was unnecessary and that he simply wanted to retire and be less public. according to CNN.