It doesn’t look like Lil Wayne will be pitching Mountain Dew again, after parent company PepsiCo dropped him over a controversial lyric.
"I'm fine. Thank u," he tweeted.
According to TMZ, the 30-year-old was taken to Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, treated and released early Wednesday morning.
In March, the performer was hospitalized for six days following multiple seizures that some reports say almost killed him.
Wayne has since explained he's an epileptic and has been suffering from seizures since he was a kid.
Rapper Lil Wayne revealed that the root of his health issues and his recent bout with seizures is epilepsy.Power 106 radio in Los Angeles, he explained, "The bad news is, I'm an epileptic, so I'm prone to seizures. This isn't my first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh seizure. I've had a bunch of seizures; y'all just never hear about it.”
Mixed reports surfaced Friday night regarding Lil Wayne’s condition after suffering another seizure. At one point, TMZ claimed he was in a medical induced coma, at another, Wayne tweeted “I’m good everybody.”People, “Lil’ Wayne is doing well. Thanks for your concern.”
Rapper Lil Wayne was taken to an L.A. hospital this week after suffering multiple seizures.
Sources told TMZ that Wayne had the seizures Tuesday after shooting a music video and was rushed to the hospital. He was released several hours later and is doing much better now.
This isn’t the first time Wayne has had a health crisis. He suffered two seizures on board separate airplanes last October.
The rapper later acknowledged he had been prescribed seizure medication.
Millions tune in to watch Nicki Minaj and fellow judges on “American Idol” every week, but the “Pink Friday” singer’s mentor Lil Wayne isn’t one of them.Washington Post on Friday that he’s never actually seen the show.
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Rapper Lil Wayne is “doing better” after suffering seizure-like symptoms while traveling via private jet on Thursday afternoon. TMZ reports the plane made an emergency landing in Texas, and Weezy was rushed to a local hospital.