A community prayer vigil has been held in Detroit for singer Aretha Franklin – a day before she’s due to undergo a medical procedure for an undisclosed condition.
City Councilwoman JoAnn Watson and others gathered downtown to hold a community prayer vigil for the ailing 68-year-old singer, reports the Associated Press.
Franklin did not attend the vigil, but released an official statement thanking organisers for staging the event. “All prayers are good,” she said.
The news come a month after the Queen of Soul announced she was cancelling all concert dates and personal appearances through May on doctor’s orders – due to an unspecified health issue.
Get well soon, darling!