On Friday, Khaled, whose real name is Khaled Mohamed Khaled, shared pictures of his family on Instagram with a message, saying his family is “all good now,” according to the Daily News. The music producer didn’t share the extent of their symptoms but in a caption posted to Instagram, he thanked his doctors.
“Fanluv, all our friends and family! Thank you for your calls and prayers!” he wrote. “God is the greatest! God love us and we love God! Thank you everyone! We the best.”
“Thank you to DOCTORS, thank you Dovi thank you to my Queen thank you Rosa thank you to my WE THE BEST team my management ROCNATION and My partners at EPIC RECORDS for holding me up while Me and my family focused on recovery,” he said on Instagram
The 45-year-old “Wild Thoughts” producer also urged his followers to stay safe.
“Please take care of yourself,” he added.
In the post, the media mogul shared pictures of his eldest son Asahd, 4, and Aalam, 18 months. It’s unknown when and where Khaled and his family contracted the virus, and the “We the best” hitmaker did not disclose which family members were infected with the virus.
On Monday, the music producer posted a video of him riding in a golf cart alone with a mask on, appearing healthy and happy.
Before Thursday, the artist’s last post was two weeks prior.
Since the pandemic struck, Khaled and his wife Nicole Tuck arranged for his oldest son to be homeschooled along with several of his classmates, People reported.
“In March, when Asahd’s preschool sent everybody home, I was doing the Zoom classes with him every single day. I thought to myself, ‘This cannot be the best we can do!'” Tuck said, according to Parents magazine.
“So I organized a learning pod at our house with other quarantined families. We have seven kids and two teachers, and it’s absolutely amazing,” she continued.