R&B Singer Donell Jones Survives Car Crash with ‘No Injuries’ After Falling Asleep While Driving

Donell Jones has endure a fender bender subsequent to nodding off while driving, uncovered the R&B vocalist in an Instagram post shared Tuesday.

The performer, known for hit melodies including 1999’s “U Know What’s Up” and 2000’s “Where I Want to Be,” shared a progression of pictures from the episode to the web-based entertainment stage and told fans in the post’s subtitle that he experienced no wounds.

“I nodded off while driving yesterday and wound up in a trench,” composed Jones, 49, close by photographs of his Mercedes-Benz stopped into a green channel.


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“I leave without any wounds yet I took in a significant example, That in the event that you’re drained simply leave the vehicle cause this might have been terrible… .”

Proceeding with the inscription, Jones refered to his confidence for guarding him. “I realize that I am genuinely secured however I wanted this experience,” he said. “Much thanks to you God for folding your arms over me as you have consistently finished… My adoration and steadfastness is to you.. 🙏🏾👌🏾”

Under the post, a few individual performers left steady remarks for the vocalist. “My brother trust you alright 🙏🏽❤️,” composed Fat Joe. “Dam yo. Im happy you’re alright,” remarked Da Imp.

The Instagram represent R&B bunch Next expressed, “Your karma and great energy will constantly safeguard you my brother. Gifts generally 🔑🤟🫡”

“I’m happy you’re ok!!!🙏🏾❤️” said SWV part Cheryl “Coko” Bet, while Mario Winans stated, “Express gratitude toward GOD you okay!”

Born to Wedded to Medication star Renee Byrd and gospel vocalist Roy Jones, Donell was brought up in Chicago and composed melodies for Usher and 702 preceding delivering his presentation collection My Heart through L.A. Reid’s LaFace Records in 1996. Over his long term vocation, Donell has scored Board Hot 100 hits including “In the Hood,” “Thumps Me Off My Feet” (initially by Stevie Marvel), “U Know What’s Up,” “Where I Want to Be” with Lisa Lopes of attention, “It’s So Difficult” with Big Quip, “You Realize That I Love You” and “Put Me Down” with Styles P.

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