Kate Quigley fans pray comedian pulls through after taking fentanyl-laced cocaine

Kate Quigley fans pray comedian pulls through after taking fentanyl-laced cocaine

Kate Quigley fans pray comedian pulls through after taking fentanyl-laced cocaine

Newsweek says Kate Quigley fans are praying the comedian pulls through after she ended up in a critical condition after reportedly taking a tainted batch of cocaine that also killed three others, including comedy writer Fuquan Johnson.

Quigley, 39, gave a friend an update that she was “alive” after being hospitalized in Los Angeles at the weekend.

“I’m alive. I’m not great. But I’m ok,” Quigley texted her comedian friend, Brian Redban.

https://www.newsweek.com/kate-quigley-fans-pray-comedian-pulls-through-fentanyl-laced-cocaine-1626337


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