Hopes for Michele Merlo “I’m in the dark”. To confess, dramatically, is the father of the 28-year-old who became famous on TV under the pseudonym of Mike Bird in the 2017 edition of Friends of Maria De Filippi. The young man is hospitalized in intensive care at the Maggiore hospital in Bologna and struggles between life and death after being hit by a devastating cerebral hemorrhage triggered, according to reports from his own family, by a form of fulminant leukemia. Just three days ago, on Instagram, he shared a photo of a sunset with the following caption: “I would like a sunset but explodes me the throat and head from evil. Remedies? ”Words that today sound like a fatal omen, perhaps a clue to what was happening inside his body.
Reached by the microphones of the Bassano news, the singer’s father commented, succinctly, that “the hopes for a recovery” of his son “are really reduced to a flicker“. A friend of Michele, Simone Frazzetta, in his Instagram stories he admitted that the 28-year-old’s situation is “not good”. For the 28-year-old, kept in a medically induced coma by doctors, the next few hours will be decisive. The mother has invited friends and fans to “pray” for him.
While the pain and apprehension of friends and colleagues (Riki Marcuzzo, his former “rival” to Amici, said he was “anguished and helpless”) grows by the hour, on social networks it is also time for jackals. Among those who comment on his latest posts expressing their moral support, there are also those who, no vax, laugh at the young “guilty” of having made fun of the supporters of conspiracy theories on coronavirus vaccines in recent weeks. “He was also funny …” someone dares to write, unfortunately linking the vaccine to leukemia.