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Ice T's Father-In-Law Spends THIRD Day In Hospital ICU Due To Complications Of COVID-19

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By Mike Walters

Rapper Ice-T has just given a heartbreaking update to his father-in-laws' condition after he tested positive for COVID-19 -- and says Coco's father is now ICU inside of an Arizona hospital.

The 'Law & Order: SUV' star revealed the scary update on Instagram where he says after three days, his wife, Coco Austin's father is still inside the Intensive Care Unit at Arrowhead Hosptial in Arizona.

"Unfortunately, Coco’s father is still in ICU after 3 days... Thanks for all your good wishes and prayers...🙏👊🏽 #COVID" Ice-T posted on IG.

The rapper included a picture of himself, Coco, and her father Steve Austin (ya, that's his awesome real name) posting together at some point before he fell ill.

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Coco Austin's Father Still Hospitalized In ICU After Three Days...

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As we reported, Ice T announced on social media a few days ago that Coco's father had been hospitalized due to contracting the Coronavirus. But, at the time it seemed everything was stable.

It appears his condition has worsened and now he is receiving intensive treatment in the ICU unit. At the time, Ice included a photo of Steve in his hospital bed wearing an oxygen mask, but he was conscious and looked good.

Ice-T's wife reacted to the emotional news by posted a heartwarming message about her father on her IG page and included other photos with her dad.

Steve Austin Receiving Oxygen Treatment After Having Trouble Breathing

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"My, tough as an ox dad, the one that never goes to the doctor, the one that doesn't even take tylenol for pain, the one that never EVER gets sick, where talking about the original Steve Austin (cuz thats his real name) is in the ICU requiring oxygen for #covid19," she wrote.

She continued, "He is having trouble breathing and feels like he is being stabbed with pins throughout his body .. For all the people that say it cant happen to your family..think again ..Sending happy thoughts to my father and all the families that are dealing with it."

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In Coco's message, she also revealed two other family members had also been diagnosed with COVID-19, saying, "also sending prayers to 2 of my aunts who also have covid seems they all got it at the same time"

Coco thanked the hospital for attending to her father and asked for prayers for a quick recovery.

The update comes on the heels of Coronavirus cases SPIKING in several parts of the country, especially Arizona and California, prompting the closure of beaches and restaurants for the 4th of July weekend.

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