Famed Singer: ‘My Worst Fear Came True’ (Video)

(TheIndependentStar.com) – Chynna Phillips, a famous singer and spouse of William Baldwin, disclosed in a recent video on her YouTube channel entitled “My Worst Fear Came True” that she has a substantial 14-inch tumor in her leg, which necessitates surgical removal.

You can watch the video at the bottom of this post.

The video featured Phillips expressing her profound anxiety about confronting this health crisis and her reliance on her faith to guide her through this ordeal.

“The one thing that I never imagined could happen to me did,” the singer elaborated in the description of the video.

“I am so upset with myself for not seeing the writing on the wall. This goes to show that it could actually happen to anybody!” she added.

Phillips invited her audience to join her reflective walk in California, an act she described as processing the monumental news.

With an eight-week window before the operation, she shared the backstory of her condition.

“I have a tumor in my left leg. I’ve had it since I was a little girl. They don’t know if I was born with it or not. It’s totally benign, but it is large, and I’m talking very, very large,” she revealed. “It’s like 14 inches long and 4 inches wide.”

The singer acknowledged the emotional toll this situation has imposed on her, confessing her deep-seated fears of anesthesia.

“I’m absolutely petrified of anesthesia, and I don’t know, I just feel like it’s the closest thing to death going under; I mean, it actually is,” Phillips confessed.

“It’s the closest thing to being dead, which is probably not the best way for me to be processing anesthesia but I can’t help it,” she said further.

Phillips noted her familiarity with anesthesia from previous surgeries, including one to remove breast implants, but emphasized the uniqueness of the upcoming procedure.

“This will be the fifth surgery on my leg,” she disclosed.

In facing this daunting medical challenge, Phillips is channeling her concerns into prayers and leaning heavily on her religious beliefs.

“I know that Jesus can help me with this if I radically surrender, you know. But it just sucks they have to make a brand-new incision, and I already have a huge 1-foot scar on my left left leg, and now I’m going to have one on the interior of my left leg,” she explained.

Despite her frustrations, she remains optimistic, concluding with a hopeful affirmation.

“It’s just frustrating, but it’s all going to work out just fine. In Jesus’ name, Amen,” she concluded.

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