talliaCelebrated Homeboyz radio presenter Tallia Oyando on Monday suffered a scare after she fell ill and had to be rushed to the hospital.

In a shocking Instagram post, the reggae connoisseur narrated how she suddenly developed severe pains she thought she would die.

“Yesterday I suddenly fell ill one minute I was OK and the next I was screaming in pain (screaming is an understatement pain is also an understatement). It was so sudden I honestly thought this was it,” wrote Tallia.

It took the quick intervention of her friend identified as Gloria who rushed her to a hospital and forced doctors to attend to her.

Tallia who hosts reggae show ‘One Love’ on Citizen TV recovered after 5 different injections, scans, a drip and medication. She, however, did not reveal what she was diagnosed with.

This was her full post:

“Yesterday I suddenly fell ill one minute I was OK and the next I was screaming in pain (screaming is an understatement pain is also an understatement). It was so sudden I honestly thought this was it. I prayed hard. My G, my sister my friend @gwanalo rushed to my aid put me in her car and drove like a maniac to the hospital. And when I wasn’t getting the help needed she became the total woman and I got treatment. Today I say Thank you and I love you to bits…. That saying of you should know people is now#YouShouldKnowGloria after 5 different injections to get the pain down scans, a drip and lots of medication, im good today. God is good. Thanks mommy and Dickens for coming through. Giving thanks for life…. I’m good guys. Its good to have friends you can rely on. Counting blessings…”

Yesterday I suddenly fell ill one minute I was OK and the next I was screaming in pain (screaming is an understatement pain is also an understatement). It was so sudden I honestly thought this was it. I prayed hard. My G, my sister my friend @gwanalo rushed to my aid put me in her car and drove like a maniac to the hospital. And when I wasn’t getting the help needed she became the total woman and I got treatment. Today I say Thank you and I love you to bits…. That saying of you should know people is now #YouShouldKnowGloria after 5 different injections to get the pain down scans, a drip and lots of medication, im good today. God is good. Thanks mommy and Dickens for coming through. Giving thanks for life…. I’m good guys. Its good to have friends you can rely on. Counting blessings… ? @pichazawanga

A photo posted by Tallia Oyando (@talliaoyando) on