Pink's Son Jameson, 3, Rocks out to Led Zeppelin after Battling Coronavirus
Pink's three-year-old son, who previously tested positive for coronavirus, is full of energy as he rocks to Led Zeppelin in an Instagram video.
After weeks battling the deadly coronavirus, Pink's son Jameson is full of life in a recently posted Instagram video on his father's account.
JAMESON ROCKS TO LED ZEPPELIN
Pink's husband, Carey Hart, posted a video of his three-year-old sitting on a four-wheeler toy while moving to the beat of Led Zeppelin's song. The post was captioned:
"Night time shenanigans at the Shop w. The crazy kids. Jamo's rocking out on the @polarisorv outlaw quad and Wiillz climbing like a monkey."
P!nk performs live on stage during day 6 of Rock In Rio Music Festival at Cidade do Rock on October 5, 2019 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. | Source: Getty Images
Pink joined several other celebrities, individuals, and organizations in the fight against the virus.
Along with the video is a clip of Pink and Hart's eight-year-old daughter Willow, who was climbing a rock wall.
The post came after the singer revealed that she and her son were diagnosed with the coronavirus weeks before, but have since recovered.
PINK'S CORONAVIRUS UPDATE
Pink previously went on Instagram Live with her friend and gave a health update after seeing the worst during the past nights. She shared:
"Last week I was on Nebulizers. I've had asthma really bad, had it for my whole life. It got really, really scary; I'm not gonna lie."
Carey Hart and Pink attend Billboard's 2019 LIve Music Summit and Awards Ceremony at the Montage Hotel on November 05, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. | Source: Getty Images
The "Raise Your Glass" artist noted the symptoms she and her son had, including fever fluctuations that reached 100 degrees. "I've never prayed more in my life," the singer admitted.
Luckily, her husband and daughter were spared from the virus and remained healthy, while she and her son held on to prayers.
DONATING A MILLION
As the whole world remains to be in a state of panic over the coronavirus pandemic, Pink joined several other celebrities, individuals, and organizations in the fight against the virus.
The entertainer donated $500,000 to the Mayor's Emergency COVID-19 Crisis Fund in Los Angeles to help those affected by the pandemic.
She also donated $500,000 to the Temple University Hospital Emergency Fund in Philadelphia to pay tribute to her mother, "who worked there for 18 years."
The coronavirus has infected nearly two million across the globe, with America being the hardest-hit country.