I want to thank Wolf, Martin, all my fans, family, girlfriend, and medical teams in Chicago and Colorado. Things are moving quickly, thanks to my new medical team here. Each day I'm more empowered and hopeful; however, finding housing is a challenge, especially now that I'm an amputee, and it sucks. I also rely on my pacemaker dual device to keep my heart pumping, and it's a big whole new game when you're disabled.
I want to take this time to address all the ugly allegations posted on social media; not only have these allegations taken a toll on me, but it's also hurt many people who did their best to help me when I needed it most. The benefit was supposed to be about love, but instead, it turned into a war of words and allegations. To anyone who is affected personally or professionally, I apologize. My family loves me, and their only intent was to protect me. Unfortunately, unkind things were said. I apologize for not speaking up sooner, as I was in the middle of transitioning to a new state and acclimating to my new life and surroundings. And I am on my phone but not on the Internet regularly; I do not have a computer.
On the night of my benefit concert, I could not be there, I was in the hospital dealing with a very serious cardiac issue; however, I was able to view the benefit via video call, and it was magical.
Joe Shanahan always was and will be a close friend.
I'm trying to make it the best I can. One of my goals is to write my memoirs and also share my story about surviving sepsis, so it can help others get through a challenging time and encourage them to fight.
I love you all. I have the greatest fans, friends, girlfriend, and family. I truly am sorry for the things that were said on the Internet. I love you all. Charles Levi