Jarrius Robertson’s father, during hospital, says liver transplant coming: ‘We finally got the hero’

Update, 7:15 a.m., Sunday, Apr 30

Jarrius Robertson’s father pronounced Sunday morning that his son is in surgery. The procession takes 8-10 hours.

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Months after Jarrius “JJ” Robertson became a domicile name for Saints fans and via Louisiana, he could be seen nervously creation his approach by a sanatorium Saturday morning. 

In an aspiring video posted to Facebook by his father, Jordy, it was explained that they were there for his 15-year-old son to accept a life-saving liver transplant. Jarrius lives with biliary artresia, a liver illness that slows his growth.

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Jarrius Robertson, or “Lil JJ” as he’s famous around here, says he always knew he’d turn famous.

“We finally got a hero,” Jordy said, dogmatic it inhabitant JJ day. “As a primogenitor we prayed for this day, that this day would come. So we need everybody to lift us adult in prayer, to urge with us.”

The video starts with Jordy speaking, and pans over to JJ walking down a hallway, wearing his signature “it takes lives to save lives” shirt. The routinely garrulous JJ declined his father’s ask to pronounce during a video. 

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“I contingency contend we have a clever son. … We didn’t sleep, we’ve been adult all night. We’ve been watchful for this time for 14 years.”

Jordy asked for prayers, and for anyone to post cinema of their shirts in support of JJ.

“This starts a new life for us. … if he’s prepared I’m ready,” Jordy said.

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