Comedian Lil’ Duval is known for his quick-witted jokes and mixing music with humor in his hit “Living My Best Life” with Snoop Dogg. But the funnyman isn’t in a laughing mood after sharing that he was in a serious car accident where a car hit his 4-wheeler while vacationing in the Bahamas.
The 45-year-old, whose real name is Roland Powell, Duval, who’s a regular on MTV’s ‘Guy Code’ and VH1’s ‘Hip Hop Squares’, posted a video to IG, showing himself covered in bandages and strapped to a gurney as he’s wheeled out of an ambulance onto an airstrip.
He also posted a video showing him being wheeled out of an ambulance on a stretcher with his head, parts of his arms, and torso bandaged up before being airlifted to a hospital located in the country’s capital.
“Somebody hit me in the car while I was on my 4-wheeler,” wrote Duval. “Now my leg broke and I gotta get flown over to Nassau and have surgery.”
In a second Instagram post – a screenshot of his aforementioned tweet – the Scary Movie V actor revealed he actually suffered a broken hip in the accident, not a broken leg.
“And that’s even worse 😫 but I’m still chillin’ tho can’t nothing steal my joy,” he added.
In a separate update posted to Twitter Wednesday evening, Duval wrote, “I ain’t got no internal bleeding the doctor said that amazing being that I got hit by a car going full speed.”
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In his latest post on Instagram, the star shared a horrifying video of the medical team drilling into his knee in an apparent emergency procedure.
“They really drilling my knee bruh. 😫😫😫😫😫😫 Why they ain’t put me to sleep?,” he wrote.
According to TMZ.com, T.I. responded to the bad news, sending his well wishes, “Maaaaaan I’m gon pray that you get well first. Then find it in yo heart to sitcho old ass down somewhere & rest big bro…. Amen [praying hands emoji].”
2 Chainz, Bun B, Angela Simmons, Jamie Foxx, Michael Blackson and other celebs also showed support for LD and hoped for a speedy recovery.
How long to expect pain after a car accident
How long will Duval be in pain after the accident and get back to what he does best? How you experience pain and other symptoms depend on a number of factors, including:
– The speed of the crash
– The size of your vehicle and the other vehicle
– Your position in the vehicle
– Whether or not you were