He shared a heartbreaking of his mother and grandmother comforting him (see below).
In December, he posted an Instagram photo of a huge surgical scar running down his abdomen, which Real referred to as his “battle wound.” At the time, he wrote, “Yesterday they took me off chemo completely cause none of it works anymore…
I have about 4 clinical trials to choose from which look really promising…
I don’t let this stuff bring me down, I just roll with the punches.” Last month, things took a turn for the worse, and Real was bedridden in his final weeks.
On January 9, he tweeted for the last time, thanking fans for their birthday wishes but admitting he wasn’t feeling well.
Seeing how they were both looking for love, VH1 gave them their own dating show: “Real Chance of Love.” The reality show had two seasons and keeping up with the tradition of people who try to find love on reality shows, the brothers didn’t maintain a relationship with any of the women they picked.
The brothers also got their own adventure seeking reality show called “Legend Hunters.” The former Capitol records recording artists kept to their music, along with their other brother Micah.
There were rumors of Chance being interested in side-eye inducing sextracurricular activities, but no rumors have ever been confirmed.
Ahmad Givens, known as Real on the VH1 reality show “Real Chance of Love,” is dead after a long battle with cancer. Givens’ brother and co-star Kamal Givens, known as Chance, confirmed the sad news on Saturday.
Chance wrote on Instagram, “Bye to my favorite guy in this whole world be in peace we love you forever bro I’ll see you one day soon we shall dance again in God’s kindom forever and ever bro words can’t describe my pain world pray for me!
” He and his brother, who comprised the rap group The Stallionaires, were featured for two seasons on the VH1 dating series.
Real was diagnosed with advanced colon cancer in 2013, and recent months were filled with surgery and chemotherapy treatments.