Samantha Diaz, a.k.a. Just Sam, has uncovered that she is in the emergency clinic for an obscure disease.
The artist, who won the third time of ABC’s American Idol in 2020, reported her emergency clinic stay prior this week by means of her Instagram Stories.
On Friday, Diaz, 23, expressed gratitude toward fans for their help and stated, “I’m appreciative for the requests everybody. I’m improving at this point.”
Posting a photograph of a weight scale, she added, “100lbs is crazyyy … I truly need assistance.”
She has not shared why she’s in the medical clinic.
Diaz initially told fans she was hospitalized on Wednesday, sharing a message on her Instagram Stories that said, “Thank you to everybody that kept an eye on me. I’m ALIVE and out of the emergency clinic,” as per Heavy.
Per the power source, she later shared a video of a present and card she got that perused, “I love you not terrible, but not great either much. I simply needed to send you a lil something to show my appreciation. I genuinely want to believe that you feel significantly improved”
Diaz additionally said, in the video, “Folks, take a gander at what my child got me. Awwww! After such a horrendous day, gracious my golly!”
She kept sharing her experience and posted a clasp of her wearing a facial covering, expressing, “I want a superior medical clinic broskie,” she composed. “I disdain it here tbh.”
In 2020, the Harlem vocalist was delegated the season 3 victor during a live (and remote) virtual episode of Idol.
The show left a mark on the world that season as hopefuls and judges communicated from a distance in the midst of the Covid (COVID-19) pandemic.
“My grandma has been saying that she doesn’t really accept that that individuals like us can have their fantasies materialized,” Diaz, recently said on Idol. “This is confirmation to her!”
“I continued to push, continued to sing and look where it’s presented to me,” the previous tram artist said. “I desire to move every one of the young ladies who accept their fantasies can’t materialize. Anybody can make it happen.”