Kim Kardashian's Photographer Marcus Hyde Makes First Appearance Since Near-Fatal Car Crash
Photographer Marcus Hyde sat in a wheelchair between Kim and Kourtney Kardashian while watching Kanye West's Easter Sunday Service at Coachella
Six months after photographer Marcus Hyde survived a nearly-fatal car accident while driving in Malibu, Kim Kardashian West‘s close friend and collaborator joined her family at Kanye West‘s Easter Sunday Service during Coachella.
While the Kardashian-Jenner family, including Kim, Kourtney Kardashian, Kylie and Kendall Jenner enjoyed Kanye’s massive musical service, Khloé Kardashian captured Hyde sitting in a wheelchair in between Kim and Kourtney wearing a church merch “Holy Spirit” crew neck and sunglasses.
Khloé also pasted a “God Is Good” gif emoji over the brief clip.
Kim and Kanye donated $25,000 to Hyde after his serious accident and asked fans for their support too. “f you are able to help the family would be so grateful!” Kim wrote on Twitter.
A GoFundMe was created in hopes of raising funds for Hyde’s medical treatments during his time in the hospital following the crash.
“As many know, Marcus Hyde was in a serious car accident at the end of October, resulting in him being hospitalized with serious injuries. He is still currently being hospitalized and will be for quite some time. With that being said, he has a long road to recovery,” the GoFundMe page read.
According to TMZ, Hyde lost control of his vehicle while driving in Malibu and went over an embankment. A witness said he went nearly 200 feet down from the road.
TMZ also reported that Hyde suffered seizures after the crash and was airlifted from the scene and transported to the Ronald Regan UCLA Medical Center following the accident.
Days before Hyde’s terrifying accident, the photographer traveled with Kim, Kourtney and Khloé to the Indonesian island of Bali, where paparazzi captured him photographing Kim in a fuchsia velvet bikini on the beach.
Upon hearing the news, Kim asked fans to pray for her close friend. She tweeted a photo of Hyde writing, “I’m trying to find the perfect picture but I don’t want to share them. We were saving these for our book,” she wrote. “Angels are surrounding you. I’m praying so hard for you. Please be ok. Please come back.”