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When one of the kings of New Jack Swing, Al B. Sure, posted a picture of himself with his cousin, Christopher Williams, on Instagram yesterday, claiming the latter was in a coma it drew an outpouring of support from fans and celebrities alike for Williams, a nephew of jazz icon Ella Fitgerald, who enjoyed success on the R&B charts in the late 1980s and early 1990s with songs like "Talk to Myself,” “I’m Dreamin’,” “Promises, Promises,” and “Every Little Thing You Do.”

"Please pray for my better-looking twin brother in a coma," Sure wrote. 

The post drew well wishes and calls for prayer from several celebrities, including Big Daddy Kane, Bill Bellamy, MC Lyte, Terry Crews, Melba Moore and many more, but by Tuesday night a statement given by a representative over Williams’ own Instagram account denied the 54-year-old singer was in coma and said he was, "resting comfortably and in stable condition," without further clarifying his medical condition.

The nature of Williams' illness has not been disclosed at this time. 

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