Marcel Remus is known for his positive attitude and confident demeanor. But right now the famous broker doesn’t feel like laughing: The 35-year-old was taken to the hospital with a heart ailment.
Mallorca – “Goodbye Germany” star Marcel Remus sends shocking photos from his adopted home in Mallorca. He posts himself on Instagram in a fairy shirt and taped into hoses, he explains of his precarious condition: “Always take care of yourself”.
Marcel Remus sends “congratulations from the hospital” after three-hour investigation
There are no happy congratulations from the sunny island of Mallorca that Marcel Remus sends his followers on Instagram. Rather, he seems tired and upset. He’s scared, you can see it clearly. He talks about the last three hours and why he is in the hospital in the first place. The 35-year-old has a heart problem and is very concerned about his health. “What people always say: You must take good care of yourself,” he began his Instagram story. “You always think that this won’t happen to you. Then all of a sudden you’re just there.” He is already fighting back tears, but he pulls himself together. He gives well-intentioned advice to his fans: “That’s why I tell you: Take care of yourself. It can happen faster than you think.”
Celebrity broker Remus: hospitalized after heart problem
Marcel Remus can no longer hold back his tears, he cries live in front of the camera. He eventually collapses when he tells about the fact that he will have to stay in the hospital overnight and more tests await him at 10:00 pm and midnight. “I’m done with it. It’s crazy,” admits an otherwise smart luxury villa lover. The 35-year-old, one in Mallorca via the reality shows “Rent, Buy, Live” and “Goodbye Germany” on the TV channel VOX Become famous as a real estate agent.
No “hola hola hola” for Marcel Remus: Celebrity broker has to stay in hospital overnight
“Kal no hola hola hola”, his standard greeting, will not be heard at the moment. Once again he insisted: “Always take care of yourself”. It’s as if he regrets his past lifestyle: “At the end of the day it doesn’t do any good if you run for your life and end up here”. But he does not give up hope and tries to please his followers: “So, now we hope that tomorrow everything will be fine”. And an hour later he can laugh again. With a gleam in his eye, he pokes fun at himself and the culinary skills of the hospital kitchen. (Ale)
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