Kali Muscle Hospitalized After Heart Attack

Kali Muscle took to YouTube on November 7th, 2021 to announce that he has suffered a heart attack due to his left artery being 100% clogged. Kali Muscle admits that he had been suffering from edema, the swelling of his feet and ankles, for many years. In fact, he claims the issue tracks back all the way to his teenage years.

Kali stated that he had a physical a few years back and was told “something about his heart” but ignored it. He is recovering well and should be leaving the hospital in one or two days.

He did not require to be put to sleep for the surgery, which he claims put him at ease during this emergency.

Kali Muscle is a bodybuilder, fitness influencer, actor and entrepreneur from Oakland, California. Also sometimes also known as “Mr. Muscle.” Kali rose to fame as a YouTube guru who attracted millions of subscribers on his channel – which he still maintains to this day.

Due to his past issues, he does not consider the heart attack a wake up call. But he also acknowledges that this will be a life-changing moment in being more serious about his health. “Health is everything,” he states in the video and later says, “God is using me as an example.”

Kali Muscle then takes us through the moments leading up to the heart attack.

A few days ago, he went to the dentist for some dental work. This required some form of anesthesia. After getting home he took vicodin the next day to help with the pain. When he woke up, he felt a burning pain in his chest. He likened the pain to heart burn.

Since he thought the pain was heart burn, he took some over the counter medication to help subside it. After two ours with no change in the burning chest pain – his girlfriend suggested the he go to the hospital. Upon running tests at the hospital, he was informed he was having a heart attack and was rushed to surgery.
Due to his left artery being 100% clogged – they were able to put a stint in the artery. He did not require to be put to sleep for the surgery, which he claims put him at ease during this emergency.

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