Kevin Smith checked in with his fans and thanked them for their well-wishes after he suffered a massive heart-attack on Sunday night.
The Clerks director revealed that he was finally released from the hospital and that he was making a massive life style change.
'Home again, home again, jiggety-jig! Home is where the heart is and the heart is feeling good!' he tweeted on Wednesday.
'It's actually getting more blood flow and oxygen than it has in a long time. So I am ALERT, to say the least! Thank you for all the kind words, folks – from Vegetarian Kev, Day 2!'
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Kevin Smith checked in with his fans on Wednesday and thanked them for their well-wishes iafter he suffered a massive heart-attack on Sunday night.
Smith (right) also defended actor Chris Pratt (left) in a Facebook Live video after the actor came under fire after tweeting that he was praying for Smith. He told his fans: 'Please don’t fight over stuff like that. It’s a waste of time'
Smith also defended actor Chris Pratt in a Facebook Live video after the actor came under fire after tweeting that he was praying for Smith.
'Poor Chris Pratt, one of my favorite actors on the planet, f*****g put up a nice tweet, where he's just like "Hey man, I don't know you that much but I love 'Clerks' and I'm praying for you" and and apparently people were like, 'F**k your prayers' and attacked him and s**t,' he said.
'And number one, thanks to Chris Pratt, how sweet was that,' he continued. 'Number two, please don’t fight over stuff like that. It’s a waste of time. Whether you’re religious or not, someone saying "I'll pray for you," it’s good intentions.'
Smith was forced to cancel the second of two stand-up shows he was filming for his show 'Kevin Smith Live!' as a result of the medical emergency.
Smith got emotional as he recalled the moment he thought he might die while suffering a massive heart attack on Sunday
The actor and director choked back tears as he described the strange feeling of calm that came over him as he thought about his family, friends and his 'weird and wonderful career'
In the 19-minute video, he recounted his experience leading up to, during, and after his heart attack, explaining that he began to feel nauseous after finishing the first of the back-to-back shows.
'I started feeling pressure on my chest — but not like, 'There's an elephant on my chest' — I just couldn't catch my breath,' he continued. 'Honestly, I was never really in pain.'
The actor and director choked back tears as he described the strange feeling of calm that came over him as he thought about his family, friends and his 'weird and wonderful career'.
'I was content,' he said in the Facebook Live video, filmed from his hospital bed. 'I didn't wanna die, don't get me wrong, but I thought if the ferry man comes tonight... what a ride it's been'.
But it took some time to convince the Clerks director that his condition was even serious, let alone a major heart attack.
Smith said he'd