Paul Stanley Gives An Update On His Health Status, ‘COVID Kicked My Ass’

KISS lead singer Paul Stanley recently posted a tweet to reveal what he has been through since he tested positive for COVID-19. Also, Stanley shared important details about his current health status with his fans, who have been very sad about his diagnosis.

As you may recall, Paul Stanley recently made it to the headlines after some claimed he had a heart attack and was in the intensive care unit before KISS’s concert in P.A. However, Stanley ended the rumors about his health condition, saying that there isn’t any problem with his heart and the fans will be informed about his current health status with a statement soon.

Then KISS released a statement about their upcoming concert. The band announced that they had to postpone their Pennsylvania show, which was a part of the band’s The End of the Road World Tour, to an unknown date due to Paul Stanley’s health condition after testing positive for COVID-19. However, they highlighted that the other members and the crew tested negative.

In his recent tweet, Paul Stanley stated that his COVID symptoms weren’t as heavy as those who got COVID-19 before. However, he emphasized that COVID ‘kicked his ass’ even though he defined the disease’s side effects as ‘mild.’ Stanley revealed that all of the symptoms are over now, and he is getting better every day.  So, it seems that Stanley will be ready to return to the stage in a short time.

Stanley’s tweet read:

“My COVID symptoms were mild compared to many others, and let me tell you… It kicked my ass. It’s over now.

You can check out the tweet below.