Steven Crowder hospitalized, has message for his fans: Death, 'he's a d***'
Conservative expert Steven Crowder posted a photo of himself in a hospital bed on Tuesday and told his audience he was close to death.
"Last night took a turn for the worse," Crowder tweeted. “Have you ever come so close that you can physically feel death? He's a D ***. "
"The good news is that it is fixable and these things happen," he continued. "I'll be back before you know. Thanks for the support."
SIMONE BILES DRAWS OFF PROBLEMS - AND JEERS - FOR WITHDRAWAL FROM AN OLYMPIC EVENT ON MENTAL HEALTH
Crowder published in late June that he was going to have surgery to fix a "genetic defect" and later stated that he had a "connective tissue disorder" that caused his "chest to buckle against [his] heart" .
He said he had a "pectus operation" in early July and has since informed his followers of his health. The procedure is a possible treatment for a condition called pectus excavum, which involves sinking a person's sternum into the chest, according to the Mayo Clinic.
After Crowder posted a video of himself at a shooting range on July 23, he said he suffered a collapsed lung that would affect his recovery.
Crowder posted a video on his YouTube channel on Thursday titled "I'm going to have heart surgery ..." showing a discussion with a doctor about replacing Crowder's chest with titanium rods.
"If I had titanium rods, would that be bulletproof?" Crowder asked.
"You'd be pretty close," replied the doctor.
Crowder jokes that he is undergoing a procedure to become "the bionic man".
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Crowder has 5.5 million subscribers on its Louder With Crowder YouTube channel and 996,000 subscribers on its CrowderBits secondary channel.
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