Ned Luke, best known for serving as the voice and physical actor of ‘Michael De Santa‘ in the video game ‘Grand Theft Auto V,’ declared that he had been tested positive for the coronavirus disease, and hospitalized with the concerns of COVID-19 pneumonia.
Luke, who also voiced ‘Raffles’ in ‘Rover Dangerfield,’ delivered the sad news through his verified Instagram account. He posted a photo of himself that sees him on a hospital bed while wearing an examination gown, and added a caption that reads:
“Yesterday I was admitted to Emory John’s Creek with CoVid Pneumonia. This sh*t is real and it ain’t fun.”
The actor continued his message by saying that he would be at the hospital for a while, but he would be coming back strong as ever. He concluded as follows:
“Take care and thanks for the support. The folks on the front line are true heroes. Support them.”
‘Law & Order’ star then sent messages through Instagram Stories and repeated that front line workers are worth to support in these painful days.
Following his announcement, his ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ co-stars flooded the comment section.
“WIT THAT YEEYEE ASS HAIR 😂😂😂😂 GET WELL BIG BRO WE WORK TO DO 💙💪🏾” wrote, Shawn Fonteno, the voice and the acting performer of ‘Franklin Clinton.’
“Kick its as* like you do when speaking the English language! Sending love!! Xo” added, Steven Ogg best known for his portrayal of ‘Trevor Philips.’
See below to view the mentioned Instagram post.