Dr. Jan Adams is trying to move forward with his life and practice after the death of Kanye West’s mother, Donda West.
And he wants the rapper-producer to do his part for the cause.
During an interview with “Inside Edition,” Adams detailed what happened that led to Donda’s death from complications from cosmetic surgery he performed on her. According to Adams, Donda insisted on recovering from the surgery at home with her nephew, Stephan Scoggins, instead of doing so at a medical facility.
In his eyes, it was a lack of care from Scoggins that ultimately caused Donda’s death in 2007.
“What’s Donda West’s problem? Her nurse wasn’t there,” Adams revealed to “Inside Edition.” “Her nurse was gone to a baby shower rather than take care of his aunt.”
Adams, reading out notes he made regarding Donda’s death, stated that Donda’s caregivers gave her “20 vicodin tabs in less than 20 hours,” in addition to mentioning that her death could’ve been prevented if a nurse was on hand to save her from choking to death on vomit while lying flat on her back.
“This lady shouldn’t be dead,” Adams said. “All you had to do was sit her up. And every nurse on the planet knows that.”
Adams’ comments come as he admits to struggling to make a living in light of his once flourishing practice encountering patients who no longer do business with him after Donda’s death.
“I think I was set up as the fall guy,” Adams said while appealing to Kanye to put an end to his ordeal. “Kanye West can end this by telling the truth. The doctor had nothing to do with his mom’s death. The truth, when you bury it, it just grows bigger.”
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