Madonna’s sons leave her NYC home as she’s reportedly bedridden after hospitalization
Madonna’s sons, Rocco Ritchie and David Banda, were seen leaving their mother’s New York City apartment Friday despite reports that she is still very ill following her hospitalization.
Rocco, whom the “Material Girl” shares with ex-husband Guy Ritchie, was photographed crossing the street outside of his mom’s Upper East Side townhouse early in the morning.
He was seen carrying a backpack and appeared well-dressed, sporting a pair of black slacks, loafers, a patterned shirt and colored sunglasses.
Meanwhile, Banda, whom Madonna and Guy, 54, adopted together, was snapped hopping into an SUV a few hours later.
He was dressed comfortably in a with a white T-shirt and black shorts.
Rocco Ritchie was photographed leaving his mother Madonna’s home Friday.Daniel William McKnight
The 22-year-old was first seen at the Upper East Side residence on Wednesday.Daniel William McKnight
It is unknown why he decided to leave.Daniel William McKnight
It is unclear if the brothers decided to depart Madonna’s residence because the 64-year-old is getting better.
They were first spotted arriving at the “Like a Prayer” singer’s home Wednesday, shortly after news of her hospitalization broke. It is unknown whether they have been staying at the NYC property for the past few days.
Madonna’s reps did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
David Banda also spent some time at his mother Madonna’s home while she recovered.Daniel William McKnight
The 17-year-old was photographed Friday getting into an SUV with a bodyguard by his side.Daniel William McKnight
It is unclear why the teen left his mom’s side amid her illness.Daniel William McKnight
The siblings’ exits come just after sources claimed Thursday that the “Material Girl” singer was still very much battling symptoms from her bacterial infection.
Insiders told TMZ at the time that — although the hospital decided to discharge her — Madonna was still “vomiting uncontrollably” and remained bedridden at home.
The sources also painted a dire picture of what the “Frozen” singer allegedly experienced leading up to her health scare.
Madonna has been battling a bacterial infection since Saturday.Instagram/@madonna
They claimed she began throwing up on Saturday and even collapsed at one point.
Sources also previously told Page Six that Madonna had also become “unresponsive” before being rushed to the emergency room.
We were also told at the time that the Queen of Pop’s eldest child, Lourdes Leon, was by her side throughout the whole ordeal.
However, the model later appeared to take a more relaxed approach about her mother’s condition, posting a sexy snap on her Instagram Story amid news of the hospitalization.
The singer has reportedly been “vomiting uncontrollably” despite being released from the hospital.Instagram/@madonna
Aside from Leon, 26, Rocco, 22, and Banda, 17, Madonna also has a 17-year-old daughter, Mercy James and 9-year-old twins Stella Ciccone and Estere Ciccone.
It is unknown what caused Madonna to get sick, although some previously speculated that her “strenuous” rehearsals for her upcoming “Celebration” tour may have been a factor.
Other insiders noted to TMZ Thursday that “Ray of Light” singer had allegedly been fighting a fever for a month. Madonna has not yet addressed her illness herself.
Madonna’s tour “Celebration” has been put on hold due to her illness.WireImage
However, her longtime manager, Guy Oseary, previously let fans know in a statement posted on Instagram Wednesday that the Queen of Pop “developed a serious bacterial infection,” which led to a “several day stay in the ICU.”
“She is still under medical care. A full recovery is expected,” the music exec, 50, added at the time, before noting that his A-list client’s tour had been put on hold until further notice.
Madonna’s good friends, including Rosie O’Donnell and Debi Mazar, also recently gave fans hope, sharing on their respective social media platforms that the pop star was “on the mend” and “feeling good.”