WWE Hall Of Famer "Superstar" Billy Graham shared on social media this evening that his daughter Capella and her husband tested positive for the coronavirus.
He explained in his Facebook post, which is available to read below, that his daughter who is 47 years old, has been dealing with a high fever, is constantly coughing, and has lost 18 pounds. His son-in-law is a first responder paramedic for the city of West Palm Beach, Fl and according to Billy, passed the virus onto Capella.
Billy Graham ended his post that he may be the first WWE Hall of Fame inductee to have COVID-19 hit their immediate family. Graham was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2004.
COVID-19 Hits Home !!!!!
Hello fans, I hope all of you are healthy and COVID-19 free However, that is not the case with my daughter and her husband who is a paramedic in Southern Florida. My daughter Capella is indeed in the throws of a full-blown COVID-19 attack. This fine photo of her and my granddaughter is just about a year old. Capella is only 47 years old and very healthy. She waited 5 days to tell me and we did a video cell phone call yesterday.
She is extremely weak, has ran a very high temperature for about 3 days, constantly coughing, can't sleep, pressure on her upper chest, and does, in fact, have all 7 of the CDC symptoms. She has lost about 18 pounds and is isolated in her downstairs basement spare bedroom. Her husband as I mentioned is a first responder paramedic for the city of West Palm Beach, Fl. He, at only age 49, unfortunately, gave the virus to her. Believe me it is one thing to write about the COVID-19 virus but an altogether different thing to write that your daughter has it and brutally shocking to see her gasping for air, pale and gaunt. They must now protect my grandchildren.
I will keep you posted on her battle. Not that it matters at all but I may be the first WWE Hall of Fame inductee to have the COVID-19 hit their immediate family. You must stay safe my good friends !! S.B.G.