Sunday, 19 November, 2017

Kathy Griffin shaves head to support sister's battle on cancer

Kathy Griffin Shaved Her Entire Head in Support of Her Sister's Cancer Battle Kathy Griffin shaves her head in support of her sister who has been diagnosed with cancer - three years after their ...
Theresa Hayes | 02 August, 2017, 00:32

'Kathy Griffin should be ashamed of herself, ' Trump tweeted. Now she's having to relive the experience as her sister Joyce has been diagnosed with cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy. In 2014, her older brother Gary Griffin passed away at 63-years-old after a more than two-year battle with stage-four esophageal cancer.

In the second photo Kathy is sitting next to her mom Maggie Griffin, who's covering her mouth in surprise after seeing the handsome gesture.

Griffin later claimed that she was under investigation though it's not clear what exactly that entailed.

This time it's her head that everyone is talking about.

Amid her sister's brutal struggle against her illness, the TV comedian has apparently done her part to show solidarity as Joyce fought against her health condition. It is split with another image that appears to be Griffin's mother Maggie with her hand atop the celeb's head. Trump also responded to the photo on Twitter.

Amid her major hair change, it hasn't been revealed yet on what particular cancer that her sister has been battling with.

She wrote on Instagram, "The case is closed and I have been completely exonerated".

Immediately after the picture with Trump's head was published, Griffin was fiercely rebuked by the president. In a second photo, her mum Maggie Griffin looks on in shock as she touches her daughter's peach fuzz.

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