Yassi Pressman is one of this generation’s most notable stars. She has proven this time and time again in her numerous projects throughout her career. She is indeed one of the busiest in the industry right now, especially with all the things in store for her this year. Despite this, she still manages to balance her work life, social life, and family life.
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It is always nice seeing the bond between celebrities and their family. It is in these instances where we see how the roots of those whom we look up to. Recently, an incident happened which involved Yassi’s beloved father.
This showed how much of a family woman the actress is and it can’t help but make all our hearts feel warm. According to reports, Daddy Ronnie Pressman or “Papito” as the actress called him, got into an accident. The 89-year old unfortunately fell off somewhere the other night and was rushed to the hospital.
Apparently, her father kept it a secret from her at first. Yassi only found out about what happened when she saw his scars after getting home from work.
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The actress claimed she cried but the father could not help but joke around about his physical state. He kiddingly asked Yassi: “WHAT?! You didn’t see me in BUYBUST?!”
Later on, she announced what happened on her Instagram account. Of course, she thanked the Lord for keeping her father safe. She followed it up by also showing gratitude for all the blessings that she had already received.
Celebrities, friends, family members, and even netizens expressed their concern for Yassi’s father as soon as this was posted. They prayed for his quick recovery. The actress announced that her old man had already gotten a CT-scan to make sure everything was okay.
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Remember to always take care of yourselves and your loved ones. No one will never know when these things will happen, and there is no harm done in being extra cautious. Hopefully, they get avoided as much as possible.