R&B Singer Kelly Price has been reported missing after she was recently hospitalized with COVID-19 in Georgia, TMZ reports.
After Cobb County officials arrived at her home for a welfare check on Saturday, the singer was listed as missing with the National Crime Information Center.
The “Friend of Mine” singer’s family said they became concerned when they learned that she had been discharged from the hospital but they had not heard from her.
Essence posted about the disappearance on Instagram, urging people to share the post, adding that her family “is actively seeking information about her whereabouts.”
Local authorities said no evidence of foul play was found and that they spoke with her boyfriend.
According to TMZ, her family was in touch with the 48-year-old while she was in the hospital with COVID-19.
Price was hospitalized with COVID-19 in August and was transferred to the ICU when her condition worsened.
Her family has also accused her boyfriend of keeping her from seeing her friends and family.
Price was born in Queens, New York, and began her career as a background singer for artists like Mariah Carey according to AllMusic. Her 1998 hit “Friend of Mine” shot her into the limelight, with the song securing a number 12 spot on the Billboard 100. She was also featured in the Grammy-nominated track, “Heartbreak Hotel” with Whitney Houston and Faith Evans. Her latest EP, Grace, was released this year. Price has also collaborated with Diddy, Kanye West and the Isley Brothers.