What Is The Richard Simmons’ ‘I Am Dying’ Post? Deets Inside

Richard Simmons posted on his X account an apology for his previous post, which created confusion amongst his fans. 

Richard Simmons, known as the weight saint’s social media post, has created confusion amongst netizens. His post, which read, “I am ….dying”, put a huge question mark in front of everyone. And now the fitness champ has clarified his post, which was mistaken by people.

This fitness personality is quite popular for his workout videos, Sweatin’ to the Oldies. This 75-year-old posted on X (formerly known as Twitter) saying, “I have some news to tell you. Please don’t be sad. I am dying. Oh I can see your faces now. The truth is we all are dying. Every day we live we are getting closer to our death.” He continued writing in that post, “Why am I telling you this? Because I want you to enjoy your life to the fullest every single day. Get up in the morning and look at the sky… count your blessings and enjoy.” Later, he mentioned some necessary formulas we forget to imply in our daily lives. Lastly, he wrote, “A big hug really goes a long way. If you have time I want you to listen to a terrific song. It is by Tim McGraw it is called Live Like You Were Dying. Live today and don’t forget to pray. Love, Richard.”

Richard this post created major confusion. Many media houses and the press immediately got in contact with him to know what was wrong with him. Though Richard is quite active on social media, his sudden post saying ‘I am dying’ threatened many.

He apologized to fans and netizens for his post. He clarified all the confusion in the same post. The post read, “Sorry many of you have gotten upset about my message today.   Even the press has gotten in touch with me.  I am not dying. It was a message about saying how we should embrace every day that we have.  Sorry for this confusion.”  Richard is fine, and fans are happy to know that this fitness enthusiast is fit and fine again.

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