Tisha Campbell very sick


NEW YORK – Forgive me for generalizing, but if you’re black, you probably love Tisha Campbell-Martin.

Campbell-Martin is best-known for her role in the hit TV show “Martin” in the 1990s (or pronounced “Mar-innnn” for the ebonically-challenged).

Tisha was also the star in movies like House Party and School Daze.   As pretty as the day is long, Tisha has been entertaining America for at least two decades.

Sadly, Tisha has been diagnosed with Stage 2 Sarcoidosis, an inflammation of the organs, which is the same disease that killed the late Bernie Mac.

Death can occur from complications in the lung’s, heart or brain, according to experts.  BlackDoctor.org says that the disease is 10 times more common in African Americans than whites and twice as likely in black females than males. “[Being in good] health is really important to me. Right now, I’m [battling] a genetic lung disorder called sarcoidosis, which can go into remission. I’m in Stage II and I’m trying to reverse it,” Campbell-Martin told Essence Magazine.

“I’ve only got one body and I really want to take care of it by working out and eating right.”

To read this article in its entirety, please visit YourBlackWorld.com


  1. God bless you Tisha….I’m lifting you up and praying in Jesus name for his will be done and a speedy recovery and healiing…You are loved….!

  2. My prayers are with you and your family. I have been a fan of yours since you burst on the scene in Rags to Riches. Your voice,energy, and presence was truly amazing and inspiring. I know you are a survivor with a strong and loving man in your corner….Get Well…see you on the screne….

  3. Please dont feel bad my mother is battling the same thing you are loved by many fans I always liked your style since House Party love always

  4. God Bless You Tisha, and may you keep the faith. I am praying for your recovery. I am diabetic and you have given me courage to exercise and eat right. Thank you very much.

  5. Tisha I want you to that god has the last say if the doctor says no but god can say yes.

  6. Get well soon Tisha

    Love from Africa

  7. May our gracious God heal you and keep you blessed in his mighty name! Always a pleasure to see you acting in anything.

  8. Keep the faith don’t give up the best is yet to come for YOU. Trust in the LORD. Lv u

  9. Hold on sweetheart and let God heal your body. Continue looking up and giving him honor and praise for each new day!

  10. albert morrow jr

    Dear Tisha Campbell

    Keep praying and don’t stop! I know what you are going through. I am battling the same dreadful disease. I have had this for about two years now. I am an African-American male. I have to diet and exercise and stay in shape as well. I am a big fan of you and your husband. I have followed your career for two decades. Do what you are suppose to do in the natural, and God will perform the supernatural. I am also trying to take care of my wife of 16 years, Liz who has seizures and diabetes. I won’t tell you that I don’t cry. I cry all the time. But you stay in the race, keep God first and build your faith up by reading the word! You can make it. It ain’t over until God says that it’s over!

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