One month after suffering cardiac arrest, Jackson State football player Kaseem Vauls is out of the hospital, according to his family.
In a post to Vauls’ Twitter account, he is pictured in a wheelchair giving a thumbs up as he is presumably leaving the hospital.
“Kaseem is going home!!,” the Twitter post updating his current condition read. “He was discharged today. Thank you to everyone that prayed, helped, showed love, supported, and donated! I couldn’t have done it without y’all. Please keep Kaseem in y’all [prayers]. Love y’all.
Kaseem is going home!! He was discharged today. Thank you to everyone that prayed, helped, showed love, supported, and donated! I couldn’t I have done it without y’all. Please keep Kaseem in y’all 🙏🏾 Love y’all. @GoJSUTigersFB @JacksonStateU @GoJSUTigers pic.twitter.com/MZk1mxvkRH
— Kaseem Vauls (@KVauls52) March 29, 2023
On February 15, Vauls’ father, William, took to Twitter explaining that his son was admitted to the University of Mississippi Medical Center the night before due to stomach pains and went into cardiac arrest that morning.
Although an update stated that Vauls had a heart biopsy to uncover the cause of his cardiac arrest, it was never revealed publicly by the family.
William Vauls continuously posted updates on his son’s condition via Twitter, including when he was taken off the breathing ventilator, the status of his heart and kidneys, and, more recently, when he was able to leave the ICU.
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